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Album Review: Reduxer // Alt-J

Reduxer, Alt-J’s newest album is a reinvented remixed collection of tracks from their third and award-winning album ‘Relaxer’, released back in 2017. A majorly successful British trio made up of Joe Newman, Gus Unger-Hamilton and Thom Green, the new album “is truly global, featuring rappers and producers from all over the world.”. Remixes include the […]Read More

Album Review: Relaxer // alt-J

So the fans of alt-J have been waiting since 2014 for the Leeds boys to release new music. Their 2014 album This Is All Yours jumped straight up to UK number one so their new LP Relaxer has high expectations to live up to. Earlier in the year the band began teasing about their latest album […]Read More

The Top 10 Acts You Should Check Out At Boardmasters

Ever wanted to chill out and watch bands live, but rather than wading through muddy fields to get to the music, your location is instead a beautiful, golden beach? As long as the temperamental British weather holds up nicely, at Boardmasters you can combine sunny and warm summer fun on the beach with exciting acts […]Read More

Track Review: In Cold Blood // alt-J

Mercury Prize and Ivor Novello Award-winners alt-J are back, already dropping the second single from their hotly-anticipated third LP Relaxer. Treating fans to an album release a week earlier than planned on 2nd June, ‘In Cold Blood’, which follows lead single ‘3WW’, acts as an exciting taster of what the Leeds natives have up their […]Read More

alt-J Announce New Album With First Track Available Now

March 5th was a big day for indie-rock lovers as alt-J announced album three RELAXER, which is set to be released in all formats on June 9th. The four piece from Leeds, undoubtedly riding high after the astronomical success of Mercury Prize and Ivor Nevello winning album An Awesome Wave and Grammy award winning This Is […]Read More

Live Review: alt-J // The SSE Hydro, Glasgow 07.12.15

After a triumphant summer of having their festival performances being talked up by just about every major music publication, alt-J have embarked upon their biggest tour yet and opted to try their hand at tackling the UK’s arena circuit. Monday night saw them make their debut in Glasgow’s SSE Hydro, a decision which came as somewhat of a surprise upon […]Read More

Video Didn’t Kill The Radio Star

The idea of an illustrated song has been present in our cultural narrative since the 1920s. Since, then we’ve borne witness to Freddie Mercury donning a leather mini skirt, Kate Bush dancing her way through the smoke of Wuthering Heights, Madonna showing us how to Vogue and Michael showing us how to fight for our […]Read More

Top 10 Acts at Reading 2015

10) The Bulletproof Bomb For many people with music tastes similar to my own, The Bulletproof Bomb were the first band of the festival on our clashfinders. They played an early set on Friday at the Festival Republic Stage and provided possibly the best warm up for the rest of the festival one could have […]Read More

Live Review: Alt-J // Latitude Festival 17.07.15

They’re the band that no truly indie lineup is complete without. Alt-J have made a name for themselves with their experimental sound, which to the first listener is usually impenetrable, but has become a staple of the bucket-hat-toting, vintage-sportsgear-wearing indie kid’s vinyl collection. And yet, to look at the crowd at Alt-J’s headline set on […]Read More