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Nige: Winterlude – EP Review

After a string of summery singles, the Kentish Town producer/rapper muses over a new season on his debut EP. We’ve heard snippets of Nige before,...

Dima Midborn – Middle Aged Man LP Review

Dima Midborn is bassist with Moscow post-punk act Inturist and pop stars On-The-Go. Now he has a new solo record out.

Video Premiere: Jemma Freeman & the Cosmic Something: Black Rain

Exclusive Video Premiere: Jemma Freeman & the Cosmic Something: Black Rain We are all just creatures and our time is finite, in a world that is...

Psycho Comedy: Performance Space Number One – album review

Album Review Psycho Comedy - Performance Space Number One  (Silver Machine Recordings) CD, Vinyl, cassette and all streaming platforms.  Out 14 Feb 2020 Scouse psych collective combine narcissism...

Kirsty Almeida: Moonbird – album review

On the brink of her latest UK tour, world-renowned folk singer-songwriter Kirsty Almeida’s latest album Moonbird is an ethereal capsule into a sphere of bliss, beauty and vulnerable emotion.

Steel Panther: O2 Academy Brixton, London – live photo review

Steel Panther O2 Academy Brixton, London 7 Feb 2020 Lock up your daughters, sons, kittens and puppies because the Steel Panther are heading to London for a...

Watch this! Partisan: Mantras – new video and single

Partisan return with a great new single that could propel them into orbit with the big guns reckons Wayne AF Carey.

Blossoms: Foolish Loving Spaces – album review

Stockport-based group Blossoms have returned with their third record ‘Foolish Loving Spaces’. On the album they manage to take influence from some of the biggest icons in the pop world, all while keeping their Manchester-sounding roots well in tact. By doing so they produce their most accomplished and best sounding work to date.

NME Awards 2020 – winners and highlights

NME Awards 2020 Brixton O2 Academy 12 February 2020 Spirits were high last night at the O2 Brixton Academy for the NME Awards 2020. The red carpet...

Trupa Trupa: End Of The Line – single/video review

Trupa Trupa End Of The Line Released: February 13, 2020 Glitterbeat Records (Europe)  From:  I’ll Find (EP) Release Date: March 6th, 2020 Poland's Trupa Trupa keep up the momentum...

Wrekmeister Harmonies Announce New Album

The album traverses an emotional landscape, through a metaphorical night with moments of calm between the dark storms, each piece guiding us towards dawn and its promise.

Watch This! VEiiLA share new video for Trust

a melancholic trip-hop composition that explores the issues of trust and betrayal

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