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Kiran Leonard: Grapefruit – album review

Erratic, exciting and at times serene, Kiran Leonard is one of the finest young musicians around and Grapefruit is the perfect testament to this!

The Jesus And Mary Chain: O2 Forum Kentish Town, London – live review

The Jesus And Mary Chain O2 Forum Kentish Town, London 11th March 2016 The Jesus and Mary Chain were back in London last weekend for a career-spanning...

Meilyr Jones: 2013 – album review

Billed as one of the most hyped debuts of 2016, and 2013 lives up to it's hype with its exquisite orchestrations and excellent songwriting.

Nathaniel Rateliff and The Nightsweats: O2 ABC, Glasgow – live review

Tonight Nathaniel Rateliff brings the party to Glasgow, with his incredible live show setting the ABC alight in phenomenal fashion.

Turin Brakes: The Brudenell, Leeds – live review

With a fine new album on the merch desk Turin Brakes are clearly having a great time as they set The Brudenell dancing. idp goes along to take some snaps.

Mexrrissey: No Manchester – album review

it will hopefully leave the door of the Mexican branch of the Salford Lads Club open

Laura J Martin: On The Never Never – album review

Laura J Martin's most beguiling and brilliant record to date, a tour through a multi-faceted sonic soundscape of the highest order.

Nada Surf: You Know Who You Are – album review

Pop-Rock stalwarts Nada Surf are back with their eighth studio album, You Know Who You Are showcases every element of the bands sound!

Field Music: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

Kicking off their tour in style Field Music thrill two packed crowds at one of Newcastle's finest venues!

No Hot Ashes: Night and Day Café, Manchester – live review

No Hot Ashes Night And Day Café - Manchester 27 February 2016 No Hot Ashes were back at The Night and Day in Manchester's Northern Quarter for their label's...

Shearwater: Cluny, Newcastle – live review

Shearwater bring Jet Plane and Oxbow to life tonight, in front of an adoring crowd as they make their debut in Newcastle after some fifteen years as a band.

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