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Album Review: Dizzy // The Sun and Her Scorch

Whimsical, candid, and introspective, Canadian four-piece Dizzy return with their eclectic sophomore...

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RIOT Release Radar #026

In the week that Wiley releases his inner anti-semite, Tay-Tay has released...

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RIOT's Release Radar: #025

The music press has been shaken this week by the news that...

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EP Review: Gracie Abrams // minor

Listening to Gracie Abrams’ debut, minor, is like reading a diary of...

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RIOT Introducing #015: The Lounge Society

With only one track released to date, The Lounge Society are still...

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Album Review: Crack Cloud // Pain Olympics

It is fair to say that Crack Cloud are a band like...

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Album Review: The Aces // Under My Influence

Utah natives The Aces are playing all their cards on their gritty and introspective...

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RIOT Release Radar: #023

Pubs have reopened following 3 months of lockdown. When you really think...

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Album Review: Dream Wife // So When You Gonna...

Possibly the most successful art school project ever created, Dream Wife release their second...

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Album Review: Bdrmm // Bedroom

Hull 5-piece Bdrmm appeared from relative obscurity early in 2020, winning over...

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RIOT Release Radar: #22

So it’s the lockdown weekend we have all dreaded; Glastonbury. BBC is...

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Pastonbury festival: The game-changing sets of yesteryear

If you are spending this weekend nursing that Glastonbury-shaped hole in your...

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FUR: "I just need to get out and play shows"

Creating feel-good, breezy tunes that are soaked in nostalgia, Brighton four-piece FUR...

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Album review: Pottery // Welcome To Bobby's Motel

Welcome To Bobby’s Motel is the debut album from Montreal art-rockers Pottery,...

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Album Review: HAIM // Women In Music Pt. III

The best things come in three: the HAIM sisters, their third studio...

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RIOT Introducing #014: Sofia Wolfson

LA-based singer-songwriter Sofia Wolfson is unafraid to blend gritty, introspective songwriting with...

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