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Live Review: Swim Deep // Exchange, Bristol // 08.10.19

Swim Deep were once synonymous with the ‘B-town’ scene of years gone...

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Live Review: The Murder Capital // Exchange, Bristol // 07.10.19

Suited and booted, Dublin punk outfit The Murder Capital performed at Bristol’s...

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Album Review: King's Mouth // The Flaming Lips

20 years since releasing The Soft Bulletin, The Flaming Lips have unveiled their 15th long-player. King’s...

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YAK's new single Bellyache

Alas, Salvation again folks! YAK have come back to replenish their arsenal,...

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Album Review: Sleep Well Beast // The National

The National are seen by many as inaccessible and, more often, boring....

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Album Review: How Did We Get So Dark // Royal Blood

Aside from a few obvious exceptions, rock bands rarely make the headlines...

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Live Review: The Kooks // O2 Guildhall, Southampton - 04/05/17

It’s not often that a band with just 4 albums under their...

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Album Review: This Old Dog // Mac DeMarco

At first glance, one would be forgiven for branding Mac DeMarco as nothing more...

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Single Review: Paint Me Silver // Pond

Nothing less than manically celestial, the Australian proto-weirdos Pond have dropped Paint Me Silver, the latest...

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Single Review: Khmlwugh // Homeshake

After the release of his mellow album ‘Fresh Air’ in February, Peter...

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Single Review: Always More // Lifestyle

Lifestyle, in the run-up to their new mixtape ‘Calm FM’, have dropped Always More,...

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Album Review: Love In The 4th Dimension // The Big Moon

With a taste for sun-tinted indie-rock and nonchalance, The Big Moon are a band...

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Live Review: Glass Animals // The Liquidroom, Edinburgh - 08.03.17

Well well well, how about those Glass Animals though? Off the back...

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Album Review: Please Be Mine // Molly Burch

As we’ve all come to expect, Captured Tracks label (home of Mac...

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Album Review: Process // Sampha

After bursting onto the scene in 2011 – almost solely crafting the...

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Single Review: Pure Comedy // Father John Misty

There he is, Josh Tillman, or shall we say Father John Misty, back...

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