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Dâm-Funk: The Lantern, Colston Hall, Bristol – live review

Dâm-Funk The Lantern, Colston Hall, Bristol 23rd October 2015 LA’s king of funk returns to Bristol with his three-piece band for a late night showcase of inspiring...

Fold: Fold – album review

Fold: Fold (Self-Released) LP/CD/DL Available 2/11/2015 8.5/10 Leeds quartet Fold release their highly anticipated debut self-titled album on the 2nd of November. Simon Tucker gave it a listen...

No Hot Ashes: Easy Peeler Single Launch, Kraak Gallery Manchester – live review

No Hot Ashes Single Launch & Review  Easy Peeler/Smooth (no bits) - out now 9/10 The Kraak Gallery Manchester 6th September 2015 Stockport's No Hot Ashes brought their unique...

Bixiga 70: III – album review

III is a triumph in bringing together several genres which have hereunto stayed poles apart.

Listen To This: Brothers Rasputin – full EP stream from the experimental soul surfers

this new set of recordings embellishes the Brothers with a slick widescreen sheen to their intuitive groove.

Interview: No Hot Ashes – rehearsing their second single in Stockport

'We are a funk band!' No Hot Ashes are a young indie / funk band from Stockport near Manchester – they have a penchant for...

Unknown Mortal Orchestra: Multi-Love – album review

Unknown Mortal Orchestra take an unexpected turn, Multi-Love is filled with funky soulful synthesised grooves. So few changes in sound are this bold or brave, yet these guys have pulled off something monumental, which is what makes this album so good.

Kendrick Lamar: To Pimp a Butterfly – album review

Kendrick Lamar's astonishing new album is a high watermark in US Hip-Hop culture.

James Chance et les Contortions: Glasgow Stereo – live review

New York No Wave legend comes to town. Joe Whyte braves the weather to review.

6 Music Festival Day Three: Various Venues, Tyneside – live review

As 6 Music Festival reaches its close on Tyneside we're on hand to get one last glimpse at this phenomenal spectacle, that has set Tyneside alight over the last three days.

The Pop Group: Citizen Zombie – album review

Have they made a classic? Probably.

Frànçois and The Atlas Mountains : L’homme Tranquille – EP review

Francois and The Atlas Mountains are a breath of fresh air.

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