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Victorious Festival – live review

Victorious Festival Southsea Common 23rd-25th August Take the most densely-populated area of the UK. Find the least-densely populated part of it, add some stages, plenty of talented...

Listen to This! London’s Probably Oslo Premiere Upbeat and Effervescent New Single Hideaway

London-based four-piece Probably Oslo drop upbeat and effervescent debut single Hideaway. A fresh South London-based indie quartet, Probably Oslo have propelled themselves to amazing heights...

OUTLANDS Touring Network Announce Qujako and IMPATIV Collaboration

OUTLANDS experimental music touring network have annouced an original audio-visual collaboration between Japanese psych band Qujaku and UK visual artists IMPATV. Developed during a residency...

Micko & the Mellotronics : The Finger – Debut Single and Video Premiere

  Micko & the Mellotronics: The Finger - Debut Single and video premiere. To all intents and purposes Micko & The Mellotronics are a brand spanking...

Girl Band : The Talkies – album review

Girl Band: The Talkies Rough Trade LP/CD/DL 27/09/2018 Four years on from their acclaimed debut album Holding Hands With Jamie Girl Band are back with The Talkies out...

Confessional Festival, Blackburn – Preview

Friday 6th and Saturday 7th of September sees the return of Confessional Festival to the disused Holy Trinity Church on the outskirts of Blackburn town centre for the fifth year.

Iggy Pop: Free – album review

Iggy Pop: Free Loma Vista / Caroline International LP/CD/DL 06/09/2018 Iggy Pop returns with his follow up to 2016's Post Pop Depression. Described as a more "reflective" album,...

Caravan 1970-1975: The Decca/Deram Years – Album Review

Caravan 1970-1975: The Decca/Deram Years - Review. Matt Mead reviews the new box set of the unheralded 70's outfit

HTRK: Venus In Leo – album review

Rhys Delany reviews the fourth LP from Australian no-wave group HTRK. The album is reflective, sombre and eloquent and their best piece of work to date.

Underneath the Stars Festival 2019: live review -part two

Gareth Allen concludes a very comprehensive review of the Underneath The Stars Festival, with Kate Rusby at the heart of the weekend.

Def Robot: What Manchester Does Today, The World Does Tomorrow – Album Review

Def Robot What Manchester Does Today, The World Does Tomorrow Pearls For Swine Records CD/DL all formats Available now If you suffer from writers block at the moment I...

KOYO – new single, Circles and tour news

Louder Than War favourites, Leeds band KOYO, reveal new single Circles and announce a run of UK tour dates.

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