Reviews

Live Review: Alex Cameron, Liverpool Arts Club

On the penultimate date of his EU/UK tour, Australian alt-pop star Alex Cameron played a blinding set at Liverpool’s Arts

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Album Review: The Bordellos – Debt Sounds

John Peel would have loved The Bordellos. He would have loved their unwillingness to confirm, he would have loved their

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Single Review: Cable Street Collective – Wonderland

Cable Street Collective has released their addictive new single Wonderland. The track is taken from their forthcoming EP Where Now

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Review: Maya Maya – LSD (ASAP Rocky Cover)

Personally, remakes are very hit-and-miss. Nowhere is this more prevalent than in the movie industry, but the music industry isn’t

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Album Review: Cabbage – Nihilistic Glamour Shots

After multiple e.p.s and a compilation album, Mossley punks Cabbage finally release their long awaited debut album “Nihilistic Glamour Shots’.

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Album Review: Christina Martin – Impossible To Hold

Christina Martin has launched her latest album, Impossible To Hold, heading in to the heat of 2018 with new material

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EP Review: Another Sky – Forget Yourself

“There is another sky, serene and fair; And there is another sunshine, though it be darkness there” Fiction Records have

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EP Review: Millie Manders – Upside Down

For anyone who’s been following Millie Manders’ career over the last few years, her tendency to mix things up is

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Single review: Alberteen – ‘The Son’s Room’

Here at Fortitude, we like to celebrate all genres of music and that very much includes the weird and the

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Album Review: Radio Europa – To Repel Ghosts

Just six months since their impressive second album ‘TyDbXx’ and 12 months in the making, ‘Radio Europa’ return with an

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