Interview: Frank Turner

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Part of what makes Frank Turner’s music so enjoyable is its irrepressible sense of adolescent vigour. So it feels pleasingly on-brand that we’re less...

Track Review: The Fine Line Of A Quiet Life // FUR

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While the Brighton group might easily be mistaken as a group of mods and rockers from the suede jackets and bootleg jeans, FUR is one of...

Interview: James

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With widespread fame in the '90s, it is a wonder that the Mancunian rockers James are still releasing promising new material. Younger generations are...

Album Review: Blue Weekend // Wolf Alice

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Wolf Alice knew what they were doing when they decided to kick off Blue Weekend with the query—murmured in hushed tones—“when will we three...

Track Review: Obsolete // King No-One

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Yorkshire is rapidly establishing itself as a creative powerhouse for exciting new music; for evidence, you need look no further than Pretty Addicted’s stunning...

Track Review: Dayglow // Vistas

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Quality over quantity is a mantra used by many artists, but Vistas' new releases appear to beautifully disprove this. New track ‘Dayglow’ is the...

Track Review: Catch You On The Way Back In // Spector

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As if a four-day work week needed improvement: Spector has made a triumphant return with new single ‘Catch You On The Way Back In’....

Track Review: Super Emotional // Honeymoan

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The sun is finally shining and with impeccable timing South African alt-pop group Honeymoan have dropped new single ‘Super Emotional’; a summery sonic cocktail...

Interview: The Rah’s

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The Rah's are a Scottish band making waves following support slots with the likes of The View and The Fratellis. They're back and better...

Interview: Amalie Bryde

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Danish-born singer songwriter Amalie Bryde relocated to London to follow her passion of music. Now she’s released her debut EP Lay Down which is...

Album Review: Sour // Olivia Rodrigo

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Chances are, unless you watch Disney Channel, the name Olivia Rodrigo meant nothing to you at the start of 2021. Then in mid-January, using...

Album Review: Build a Problem // dodie

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Dodie Clark might be known for the intimate, chatty viral videos she began uploading to YouTube way back in 2011 but her debut album...

Track Review: The Vaccines // Headphones Baby

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The Vaccines have released their vibrant new single ‘Headphones Baby’ from their upcoming fifth album and it does not disappoint.Their latest effort is typical...

Album Review: Blood Bunny // Chloe Moriondo

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Michigan native Chloe Moriondo began her music career online, amassing some 3.5 million fans by posting ukulele covers on YouTube. In her second studio...

Interview: Milo Gore

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It is release day of the first single ‘Midnight Club’ from Milo Gore’s upcoming EP As you hear me now, you listen to my...