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Single Review: Big Tooth – “Annie Girl”

Annie Girl is the latest offering from Twickenham band Big Tooth, the self-confessed dream pop outfit have crafted a woozy

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Single Review: Sailing Stones – ‘The Blazing Sun’

Today, we’re bring you brand new music in the form of Sailing Stones releasing her debut single; ‘The Blazing Sun’. Sailing

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London Grammar Unveil Title of their Second Album “Truth Is a Beautiful Thing”

Four long years after their critically acclaimed debut ‘If You Wait’, the Ivor Novello recipients have unveiled the details of

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Album Review: Tokyo Taboo – ‘6th Street Psychosis’

Tokyo Taboo’s debut album certainly captures your attention. 6th Street Psychosis blasts into your eardrums and lets you know that

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Greta Isaac Launches New Single: ‘You’

Following the release of her debut single ‘Don’t Tell’ and the subsequent follow-up, ‘Intro (Creatures of Habit)’, Greta Isaac has now released her third

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Interview: Lots Holloway – “I Want To Make People Curious About Who I Am”

Having just released her debut single ‘World’s On Fire’, Lots Holloway is one of the most promising young acts we’ve heard

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Single Review: Pip Blom – ‘I Think I’m In Love’

After the success of last year’s Are We There Yet? EP, Amsterdam’s Pip Blom has just released a brand new

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Why I don’t get The Stone Roses

There are many ‘touchstone’ bands that have stood the test of time, and still provoke huge shouting matches when their

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Album Review: Sorority Noise – “You are not as _ as you think you are”

“You are not as _ as you think you are” is the third and latest album by Sorority Noise. Fans

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Kasabian Hit Back With New Single and UK Tour

Leicester rockers Kasabian have made their highly anticipated comeback with new single ‘You’re In Love With A Psycho’. The band,

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Mixtape Review: King Kay – Winner’s Winter

I enjoy good music. Especially when it’s unique homegrown talent I can vibe to, replay and feel unashamed to recommend

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What Does It Take to be an App Genius?

With the news that 13-year-old Jai Bhavnani has become one of Apple’s newest iPhone and iPad developers, we thought it’s

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Interviews

Interview: Helene Greenwood – “I’m A Bit Like A Magpie!”

Following the release of her new album, Exquisitely Hopeless, we got the chance to conduct a brief Q&A with Helene

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