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Album Review: Johanna Glaza – Exile

Striking, beautiful and something completely different – Johanna Glaza’s new album Exile defines “weird and wonderful”. Johanna Glaza is impossible

07/03/2020
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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

30/01/2020
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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,

28/01/2020
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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

20/12/2019
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EP Review: Toucan – So Easy To Love You

Irish ten-piece Toucan release their second EP So Easy To Love You on 22nd November. This latest release follows the success of their debut self-titled EP

08/11/2019
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Single Review: Alex Bayly – Animal

Singer songwriter Alex Bayly has returned with the hauntingly beautiful new single Animal, taken from the forthcoming album, Ley Lines,

28/10/2019
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EP Review – IYEARA ‘CONSEQUENCES’

Following a string of high profile remixes, London based three-piece IYEARA have released their brooding debut EP ‘CONSEQUENCES’. Comprised of

27/09/2019
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Single Review: Sing Again Syren ‘Cast Away’

Having released debut single ‘Kiss The Preacher’ earlier this year, North East three-piece Sing Again Syren continue to show their

03/07/2019
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Live Review: Dermot Kennedy – Olympia Theatre, Dublin – May 14th, 2019

Photo: Lucy Foster  Going from strength to strength has never been a more accurate phrase than when looking at the

16/05/2019
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Single Review: The Vanity Project – ‘Centaur’

Manchester based art-pop duo, The Vanity Project, first made their mark in 2016 winning The Independent’s iSessions award for up

02/05/2019