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Why More People in the UK Spend Their Leisure Time Indoors

UK residents treasure their leisure time. Nothing shows this better than the fact that by 2022, Brits will use £141

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Single Review: Monarchy – Just Give Me Your Love

Synth-pop duo Monarchy have just released Just Give Me Your Love, the second single from their upcoming fourth LP. Ra Black

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EP Review: Aisha Badru – Transcendence

The soulful US singer-songwriter Aisha Badru has released her brand-new EP Transcendence. The EP follows her critically-acclaimed 2018 debut album Pendulum and

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Video Premiere: Regulus Red – Ghoster

A champion of the LGBT community, this half Welsh, half Italian singer-songwriter is debuting with a haunting and fresh single, ‘Ghoster’.

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Single Review: BRENDON ‘The Hats’

Having made a name for himself in the 70’s off the back of hit single ‘Gimme Some’, singer-songwriter BRENDON has

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Single Review: Carl Street – ‘Bunking The Midnight Train’

Kent singer-songwriter Carl Street has released his latest single ‘Bunking The Midnight Train’. The track is the first to be

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Album Review: tameBERSERK – ‘Super Thinking’

The dying embers of 2019 saw the final flurry of music releases ahead of a new decade, a fresh start,

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Everything You Need to Know About Choosing the Right Broadband Supplier

Broadband plays a hugely important role in our lives these days, and staying connected is more important than ever. This

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Is Going Out To Sporting Events In The UK Becoming Too Expensive?

There is little denying the fact that the UK is a nation that is crazy about sport. But while the

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Single Review: Redolent – ‘I Thought They Were Just Fireworks’

As the year comes to a close, Edinburgh four-piece Redolent have made their anticipated return unveiling their hypnotic new single

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Single Review: Mary And The Ram – Eclipse

York’s Mary And The Ram have peered from behind the curtain and exhibited their dark, synthwave soundscapes to the world

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Album review: Freja Frances ‘The Funeral’

Forgive us, we’re a little late to the party with this one and we only have ourselves to blame. Freja

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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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