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Single Premiere: The Shakers – Brixton Kiss

We are pretty excited to premiere Fortitude’s slacker rock favs, The Shakers first single “Brixton Kiss” from their new latest

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Album review: Drive North – SWMRS

Ever heard of a band called SWMRS?!?! If you haven’t, first of all where have you been, and second say

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Monarch Online Casino – Payout Delays and Customer Service Complaints

With so many online casinos operating these days, it can be difficult to distinguish those that are reliable from the

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10 Apps You Shouldn’t Be Without

These days, there seems to be an app for everything – transport, shopping, scheduling and even exercising. With so many

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Album Review: Helene Greenwood – Exquisitely Hopeless

London-based singer and composer Helene Greenwood brings a touch of the outré with her second studio album Exquisitely Hopeless. Set

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How do UK players get involved in the World Series of Poker (WSOP)?

If you’ve been playing poker for a while, and are confident that you could hold your own in a big

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Interview: Ryley Walker — “I think finding things beneath the surface informs a lot of the music”

Chicago-based musician Ryley Walker has a tendency to combine downright lyrics with mellifluous melodies, perhaps it’s an allusion to the

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Tame Impala To Take Break In 2017

Kevin Parker confirms the band will have some downtime next year. It feels like we only go backwards: Frontman Kevin Parker

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Album Review: Smokey Brights – Hot Candy

Throw The Black Keys, The War On Drugs and Quilt into a bag, shake it about a bit, and you

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Cloud Nothings Debut New Single ‘Internal World’

The Cleveland band’s new album, Life Without Sound, early next year. Cloud Nothings have revealed their latest single. It’s titled ‘Internal

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Album Review: BRY – Self Titled

Bry’s self-titled début album is a pure example of the progress a sound can undergo with a journey that encapsulates

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Live Review: JP Cooper, Kentish Town

It has been a storied and contrasting journey for JP. He initially got his start by crafting his trade on

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Interviews

Interview: YOU ME AT SIX – “I think I needed to really miss music to want it again”

Carrying many successes on their shoulders as a band of 10 years, it’s You Me At Six’s live energy that

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