Music

Interview: Mick Gough

As many may know, there is no shortage of up-and-coming musical talent among the streets of London, particularly with the

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Album Review: Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino

There was a feeling of “what next?” for Arctic Monkeys after their 2013 smash hit album ‘AM’, and to many

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Album Review: Ivan Moult – ‘Longest Shadow’

Having previously received praise from the likes of BBC 6Music’s Tom Robinson and supported acclaimed artists such as Willy Mason

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EP Review: Xqui – Britania & Kindness

When Brian Eno coined the term ‘ambient’, he referred to it as ‘music that is in the background and the

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Album Review: Saba – CARE FOR ME

Dusty, lo-fi beats lay the perfect foundation for Saba’s lyrical acrobatics to skip and dance over. Saba has been a

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Live Review: Ramleh, Cafe Oto

My first ‘Broken Flag’ night at cafe oto, on a triple bill and I’m only familiar with one band, that

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Single Review: Desert Clouds –

Having had a few changes of line up since their initial formation back in 2008, London band Desert Clouds follow

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EP Review: Fyfe and Iskra Strings – EP 1

Fyfe is the current moniker of Paul Dixon, who previously traded under the name of David’s Lyre.The multi-instrumentalist has teamed

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Album Review: Janelle Monáe – Dirty Computer

“Everything is sex, except sex, which is power” a statement Janelle Monáe makes on the song ‘Screwed’ which also sums up

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Album Review: Sting & Shaggy – 44/876

Without encountering a single note, you have formed an opinion of this record. This is completely understandable, but even if

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