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Hachiku: I’ll Probably Be Asleep – album review

Hachiku I'll Probably Be Asleep  Marathon Artists LP | CD | DL Out Now Ennui has never seemed so appealing and dreamy as on the debut album from...

Third Man Records: Southeast of Saturn Compilation — album review

Southeast of Saturn: Michigan Shoegaze/ Dream Pop/ Space Rock Third Man Records Out November 20 Southeast of Saturn illumines an entirely different Detroit Rock City than the...

Regional Creeps: No Offence – single review

Regional Creeps No Offence Regional Records Stream/ DL Out Now!   Regional Creeps continue to build anticipation for their second album, No One Cares, with a brand new single. Andy...

Crystal Axis: Take The Throne — single review

Crystal Axis Take the Throne Out Now The commanding anticolonial punk rockers out of Nairobi are generating messages of revolution and remaking with their new single Take...

Duffy – The Loss of a Living Star

Why did she leave the spotlight? The heartbreaking truth behind Grammy award winning Welsh singer Duffy.

Cruel Hearts Club: Dirty Rotten Scum — Single Review

Cruel Hearts Club Dirty Rotten Scum Out now! A guitar riff drenched in distortion opens "Dirty Rotten Scum," welcoming us back into another era we might all...

Jeremy Gara (Arcade Fire) To Release New Album Friday

This Friday (11th) sees Invada Records release the brand new Jeremy Gara (Arcade Fire) album Passerine Finale. You can see an exclusive first look...

Angel Olsen: Whole New Mess – album review

Angel Olsen - Whole New Mess (Jagjaguwar) LP | CD | DL Out Now 6/10 With Whole New Mess, Angel Olsen offers an alternate take on last year’s...

John Lennon 1980: The Last Days in the Life by Kenneth Womack – book review

John Lennon 1980 by Kenneth Womack Out 8th October 2020 (Omnibus Press) Kenneth Womack's new book explores the final, tragic year of John Lennon's life, in which...

Whitney: Candid – album review

Whitney – Candid (Secretly Canadian) LP | CD | DL Out 14th August 2020 7/10 With their new covers album, Whitney mostly play it safe, but they still...

Charli XCX: Boiler Room, LA – live review

Charli XCX Boiler Room 13th of July In support of her new lockdown-produced album, Charli XCX delivers an endearingly eclectic live stream from her home for Boiler...

Goldie: Timeless – 25 Years On

Tomorrow (31st July) sees Goldie's seminal debut album Timeless celebrate its 25th birthday. Writer Simon Tucker looks back at the album and its continued...

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