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RIOT Introducing: KEG

Brighton Septet KEG channel a frenetic, combustive brand of art-punk: with tracks...

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Label-love & nostalgia with BLACKSTARKIDS

Dirty Hit signees BLACKSTARKIDS are the musical manifestation of what it means...

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JW Francis: "This feels like my first ‘big boy’ record"

New York artist JW Francis boasts a joyous lo-fi catalogue that finds...

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What Has Happened: Tonstartssbandht on new album Petunia

For over a decade, Tonstartssbandht have been adding to their canon of...

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RIOT Introducing: The Usual Boys

The Usuals Boys fuse a familiarly London-flavoured post-punk with Hank Marvin-esque guitar...

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RIOT Introducing: Melin Melyn

Welsh surf-rockers Melin Melyn pair wonky guitar energy with surreal lyrical themes...

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WARGASM: “We’re like fire meets acetone peroxide”

“When we were at Bloodstock I think we found the purest demonstration...

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MOTH Club LUV: a Q&A with Robbie & Mona

Couple-duo Robbie and Mona met whilst both performing with Bristol art-punk outfit...

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RIOT Introducing: Spang Sisters

What happens when you visit Kokomo 30 years after The Beach Boys,...

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Album Review: St. Vincent // Daddy's Home

St. Vincent’s sixth studio album is at once a lush playground, an...

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RIOT Introducing: Dead Slow Hoot

The UK currently boasts an embarrassment of riches in the currency of...

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Wild Youth on their latest EP, Forever Girl, and how their sound has changed in the process

Irish indie-pop quartet Wild Youth have been making waves at home, now...

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Album Review: London Grammar // Californian Soil

The trio from London-via-Nottingham have taken their bravest sonic step forward yet,...

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RIOT Introducing: George Moir

George Moir makes life-affirming indie pop bops which document the highs and...

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Blanketman on their 'National Trust' EP and writing music in a pandemic

Gearing up to release their debut EP, National Trust, later this month, we sat...

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Post-Punk & Patience: an Interview with TV Priest

With their moshpit-ready cacophony of distorted guitars and wry takes on modernity;...

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