Blast from the Past: Ghost Town // The Specials

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As The Specials started to disintegrate with the world seemingly at their feet, their misfortune simultaneously reflected the increasingly polarised state of our nation....

Album Review: Delta Kream // The Black Keys

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With their tenth album, The Black Keys are ready to look back on a 20-year career with a tribute to their formative influences. Largely...

Track Review: Ready For Tomorrow // Babe Rainbow

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Byron band Babe Rainbow’s moniker is one befitting to their sound; consistently delivering summery, balmy bops which instantaneously imbue their listeners with their carefree...

Album Review: Cry Forever // Amy Shark

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“Don’t start now, I’m winning / And finally happy / Don’t start now, I’ve done all the years of hard work … please just...

Album Review: Lei Line Eon // Iglooghost

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English producer Seamus Rawles Malliagh, better known by his stage name Iglooghost, is not an easy artist to define. He defies so many boundaries...

Album Review: Endless Arcade // Teenage Fanclub

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It’s already half a decade since the release of Here, the record behind Teenage Fanclub’s welcome return to the UK top ten for the...

Album Review: Sucker Supreme // Rosie Tucker

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Rosie Tucker is part of the crop of American singer-songwriters who have revamped folk music with a fresh emo edge. After sharing stages with...

Album Review: Typhoons // Royal Blood

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What makes a great rock band? Is it having a smorgasbord of influences? A catalogue of great riffs that burrow into your head? Or...

Album Review: Flu Game // AJ Tracey

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West London rapper AJ Tracey hits nothing but net with his new album, Flu Game. The album has nods to basketball and Chicago Bulls...

Track Review: Creature of Mine // Billie Marten

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'Creature of Mine' is the newly-released single from British singer-songwriter Billie Marten.The track, including an ethereal nature-based music video directed by Joe Wheatley, appears...

Album Review: Coral Island // The Coral

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Welcome to Coral Island. After nearly two active decades, The Coral have returned again in 2021 with their new thematic double album. James Skelly,...

Track Review: You Stupid Bitch // girl in red

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Ahead of her debut album release if i could make it go quiet, girl in red dropped a new single, the emotional and energetic...

Album Review: Infinite Pleasure // The Pale White

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This has been one of the most hyped and long-awaited debut albums for alternative music in the last few years. With an already impressive...

Album Review: Californian Soil // London Grammar

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Following a year of uncertainty, the English indie-artpop band London Grammar have finally released their third, highly-anticipated album Californian Soil. The 12 tracks are...

Album Review: If You Could Have It All Again // Low...

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From their first few singles, it is clear that Low Island has an appetite for sophistication. The electronic quartet have manifested this sophistication into...