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Black Lilys on Dark-pop, Netflix and.. Scotland

Emerging French Indie outfit Black Lilys create ‘dark pop’ music, inspired by...

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Live Review: Metronomy // Concorde 2, Brighton - 16.09.19

It’s 2011. I’m (admittedly only just) getting over my Cheryl Cole, Fight For...

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Album Review: The Drums // Brutalism

Since releasing their rather dark offering, Abysmal Thoughts, in 2017, a lot...

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Album Review: INHEAVEN // INHEAVEN

In an age full to bursting point with up-and-coming indie rock bands,...

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Album Review: Kinder Versions // Mammút

Despite having previously released three studio albums over the past ten years...

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Single Review: Tossing Tears // Twin Peaks

Breezing back onto the music scene after a year of commercially releasing...

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Album Review: After Laughter // Paramore

If there is one thing you could never accuse Paramore of being, it’s boring....

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Curated Playlist #001 - Imaginary People

Hailing from New York, post-punk quartet Imaginary People have been hidden away in the...

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Single Review: Somebody Better // Black Honey

All set to embark on a UK headline tour this Thursday, feisty...

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Single Review: How Can I Compete // The Magic Gang

Taken from their upcoming EP set for release in April, Brighton boys The...

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Album Review: Yesterday's Gone // Loyle Carner

At just 22 years old, it’s crazy to think how much South...

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Album Review: Hamburg Demonstrations // Peter Doherty

It’s been a long time since Peter Doherty’s youthful and acoustic debut...

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Live Review: Jamie T // O2 Academy Brixton, London - 16.11.16

Having to reschedule a date on a tour usually leaves a sour...

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