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New Artist of the Day: CUTS

The latest artist to be released on Bristol's Invada label goes by the name of CUTS. We present to you the first video by them.

Purple Heart Parade: Painting Pictures – single review

Louder Than War's Jason Wynne introduces us to a great new psychedelic dream pop band from Manchester, Purple Heart Parade, via their latest single, Painting Pictures.

TOY: Join the Dots – album review

The London psychedelic five-piece TOY deliver another stunning album, produced (like last year’s debut) by Dan Carey.

ATP Festival: End Of An Era 2 – festival review

ATP bows out with a storming headline set from the festival's original curator's Mogwai. Our man Simon Tucker says goodbye to All Tomorrow's Parties.

The Fauns: Lights – album review

Simon Tucker reviews the new album by Invada signed and Bristol based shoegaze outfit The Fauns.

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