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Album Review – Wild Cub – Closer

September 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Closer is the second album from Nashville five-piece Wild Cub, a playful and rousing follow-up to their debut back in 2014. The band have graced the stages of American TV which saw them selling out arenas,...

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Husband and wife duo The Rails were welcomed home to London by an enthusiastic crowd at London’s Borderline venue. Transforming the edgy and angular space into a homely acoustic haven. Playing songs from both their...

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Album Review: Foo Fighters – Concrete & Gold

September 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

There can be no denying the cultural significance of the Foo Fighters over the last 20 years, who have been at the forefront of rock n roll since many can remember. Concrete & Gold is their ninth...

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Single Review: Jessie Ware – Selfish Love

September 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

The return of Jessie Ware is one to be heralded, September will see her release third album; Glasshouse. Marriage and motherhood take centre stage as themes throughout the record, with the former proving the main focus on second...

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Album Review: LCD Soundsystem – American Dream

September 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

There’s a lot of iconic things from the past making comebacks in 2017 – from Twin Peaks to the Crystal Maze – but the return of LCD Soundsystem from the ether is one that feels...

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Album Review: Action Bronson – Blue Chips 700

September 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

Former chef turned rapper Action Bronson is back with this second studio record; Blue Chips 7000. As well as hosting his own food show (Fuck That’s Delicious), the New York native also appears in his own comedy documentary...

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September will see Foo Fighters release their ninth studio album; entitled Concrete and Gold, but until that time fans can keep themselves busy with the second single to be taken from the impending release; The Sky Is A...

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Queens Of The Stone Age are that band with that song you most likely know, but perhaps that’s the only thing you’ve heard from them in their 21 year career. It happens sometimes, you’re late...

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Gang Of Youths have conquered a considerable amount of demons since the release of their first album back in 2015. The struggles they have faced couldn’t break their spirit, and now the Aussie five-piece return...

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Album Review: A$AP Ferg – Still Striving

August 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

The A$AP Mob was once on of the most exciting new groups to hit the hip-hop scene, with members seemingly thrusting themselves straight into rap royalty circles. Whilst the momentum surrounding them as a collective...

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Miley Cyrus is going through somewhat of a sonic renaissance of late, linking perfectly together her country roots to her more notorious pop offerings. Younger Now is the first track to be taken from her incoming record...

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Album Review: Jen Cloher – Jen Cloher

August 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Jen Cloher’s self-titled record marks her fourth studio LP. Cloher’s bare back appears on the album artwork, clutching nothing but her guitar in a symbol of the openness in which she introspectively addresses her life...

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Single Review: P!nk – What About Us

August 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

P!nk’s musical career has been on the back burner since 2012’s Truth About Love album, but 2017 will see her release album number 7; Beautiful Trauma, of which single What About Us is the lead single. Ushering the next chapter of...

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