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Album Review: Father John Misty – Pure Comedy

How to describe Father John Misty: cynical philosopher, free-wandering folk musician, endearing sociopath, or loveable gobshite? Back in 2015, Misty,

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Single Review: Royal Blood – Lights Out

Royal Blood are back! With the killer new single Lights Out. The new track, is the first single to be

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Sziget Festival Adds Biffy Clyro, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis And More

The festival that takes over Budapest celebrates its 25th anniversary this summer and has announced even more massive names to

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Floating Points Shares ‘Silurian Blue’ Video

The eerie new video is part of the Reflections – Mojave Destert Project, the artist’s new short film and soundtrack. As

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God Bless Berry: Chucks death and what he left behind

It amazes me when I hear people say, ‘I want to go out and find out who I am.’ I

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Single Review: The Phantoms – ‘Shadows’

Thrashing out infectious hooks and raw, powerful vocals are new Scottish band The Phantoms. Having received praise from the likes

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Track Review: Bad Wave – ‘1955’

Following their last single ‘Time To Get Lost’, LA duo Bad Wave have returned with another effervescent offering. Oozing uplifting

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The Unlikely Survival of the Card Game

The popularity of card games in the second decade of the 21st century seems more than a little ironic (tech

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Live Review – The Shins @ The Hammersmith Apollo

The Shins performed to a sold-out Hammersmith Apollo, celebrating the release of their fifth studio album Heartworms. Formed in Albuquerque

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Interview: Newton Faulkner – “I just do whatever I feel like doing, that’s what I’ve always done.”

With five albums under his belt and one more on the way this year, Newton Faulkner made his return to

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EP review: HAWK – ‘She Knows’

Hawk have never been afraid to write music that makes a powerful statement. Despite not wanting to call themselves a

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Hope & Glory Festival Joins UK Festival Circuit

Fresh for 2017, Hope & Glory Festival hits Liverpool this summer bringing along a lot of Nostalgia and even more

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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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