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Single Review: When Airy Met Fairy – Blanket of Sorrow

Nordic duo When Airy Met Fairy have released their new Christmas single Blanket of Sorrow. The two-piece, comprised of Icelander Thorunn Egilsdottir and Luxembourger Mike

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 Payments via PayPal – Still the Most Secure Payment Method?

Even though people have been buying and selling stuff online for years now, folks still get worried about the security

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Studying In Scotland? Top Tips On How To Make The Most Of Your University Experience

Scotland has long been a popular country for students from around the world looking to enjoy a range of benefits,

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Single Review: Monarchy – Glow Vision

Australian synth-pop duo Monarchy have released their new single Glow Vision. The funky electro track is another classic floor-filler from the

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Single Review: Mark Sharp & The Bicycle Thieves – ‘Moonshine’

West Lothian five-piece, Mark Sharp & The Bicycle Thieves, are aiming for their eclectic sound to reverberate with a world

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Fun winter-themed names in horse racing

  Winter is in the air and the season offers some great races such as Newbury’s Winter Carnival on the

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Single Review: Frazey Ford – The Kids Are Having None Of It

Canadian singer-songwriter Frazey Ford has released her politically-charged new single The Kids Are Having None Of It. One of the founding members of The

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Single Review: Grimm Twins – Summer Of Love

Grimm Twins just released their new single Summer Of Love. The 5-piece, hailing from Macclesfield, are the first signing to the prestigious Notting Hill Arts Club’s new

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Single review: The Very Lazy Sundays ‘Sometimes A Broken Heart’

Yes its true, winter is well and truly upon us and we’re as unhappy about it as you are. What

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Single review: LUNIR ‘Cubs’

Pop music is certainly having a bit of a moment right now and we can’t get enough. Whether its alt-pop,

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Making Yourself At Home In Liverpool

Home to the iconic Liver Building and one of the world’s most revered football teams, Liverpool is a cultural hub

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The oldest casinos still on the Las Vegas strip

Las Vegas is the number one destination for gamblers and thrill-seekers across the globe. The bright lights attract millions of

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Interviews

Interview: Emma Frank – “The process of making music is so life affirming and transformative”

New York based singer-songwriter Emma Frank is back with a fresh album which drops on September 6th. We were lucky

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Interview: Codename Colin

With the recent slow but steady resurgence of UK ska punk over the last couple of years, Codename Colin have

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Interview: ELOÏSE – “If you’re living in a society where you are able to express your feelings and experiences, do it for the people that can’t.”

 Last month, Eloïse dropped a new single into the world; ‘Drop Dead Gorgeous’. We caught up with her to find out what’s

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Album Review: When ‘Airy Met Fairy – Glow

Glow is the full-length debut from Nordic duo When ‘Airy Met Fairy, and they sure know how to make a

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