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Album Review: Hiatus Kaiyote // Mood Valiant

Back from their six-year hiatus, Australian jazz-funk band Hiatus Kaiyote have marked...

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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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Album Review: London Grammar // Californian Soil

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

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Livestream Review: Jaws // Mama Roux's

Jaws give fans across the world a little taste of what we...

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Album Review: evermore // Taylor Swift

On announcing her 9th album evermore, Taylor Swift admitted that her musical...

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EP Review: Laundromat // Green

Green, the latest offering from Brighton-based Laundromat, consists of just three sizzling...

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EP Review: Sundara Karma // Kill Me

Upon its announcement alongside the release of previous single ‘Artifice’, Sundara Karma frontman Oscar...

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EP Review: Baby Queen // Medicine

From barely bothering blogs in the spring of 2020, to releasing one...

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Album Review: Beabadoobee // Fake It Flowers

Finally the soft grunge aesthetic has an artist to claim their own!...

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EP Review: Lucia & The Best Boys // The State Of Things

Since releasing their first EP in 2017, Glasgow-based Lucia and The Best...

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Album Reivew: LANY // mama's boy

Deviating from the infectious yet tender California-dreampop sound they’ve solidified over the...

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Album Review: Willie J Healey // Twin Heavy

Willie’s sophomore albums sees the songwriter growing into himself and delivering tracks...

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Album Review: Glass Animals // Dreamland

Drenched in warm, honeyed vocals and tunes referencing heatwaves and tropical fruit,Glass...

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Album Review: Creeper // Sex, Death and The Infinite Void

Awww man; Sex, Death and The Infinite Void, three things that you...

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Album Review: Fontaines D.C. // A Hero's Death

In April last year, Fontaines D.C’s brilliant debut Dogrel steamrolled through the rock...

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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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