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Nova Twins: 10 question interview

Nova Twins are South London's hotly tipped 'punky grimey party', currently wowwing the festival scene. Londoners have a rare chance to catch them in...

Grrrls DIY it better

The most exciting, innovative and inspiring new music right now is coming from female artists on the DIY scene. Here's some top picks for women-led gigs...

LIINES – interview

Ahead of their LOUD WOMEN Fest slot next month Cassie Fox caught up with Manchester's best post-punk band, LIINES

LOUD WOMEN Fest: DIY Space for London, 2 Sept. A playlist

LOUD WOMEN Fest DIY Space for London 2nd September 2017 This year's LOUD WOMEN Fest showcases 20 of the brightest stars in female-fronted alternative music.  Tickets on...

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