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The Orchids – Who Needs Tomorrow – Album Review

The Orchids - Who Needs Tomorrow Cherry Red 2CD/DL Released 29th September 2017 Subtitled "A 30 Year Retrospective" this is an anniversary "best of" from the Scottish...

Sarah Close Drops New Single Prior to UK Tour

Sarah Close Shares new Single & Video Prior to First UK Tour  Sarah Close’s enchanting synth-tinged indie pop entranced a wider audience with the release...

Various Artists – C88 – Album Review

Various Artists - C88 Cherry Red 3CD/DL Released 30th June 2017 Follow up to the successful C86 and C87 collections, we move on another year in UK...

The Obedient Wives Club: single review and EP announcement

Louder Than War's Katie Clare finds Singapore Band Obedient Wives Club in fine form following a two year hiatus. Having developed a girl-pop sound worthy of a Phil Spector group. Single Baby Bye Bye has undulating rhythms and tells the tale of a squandered opportunity for love. It shows the band's progression, providing a bolder, more assertive sound than their previous releases. Baby Bye Bye forms part of an EP, Cinematica, due for release on July 14.

Sad Lovers and Giants: Where The Light Shines Through 1981-2017 –...

Plenty of Sad Lovers And Giants to get your teeth into - the advice is to persist

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HMLTD: The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham – live review

HMLTD The Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham 16th February 2020 HMLTD defy all the odds to release a stellar debut album....

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Mark Radcliffe talks about his trip into electronica with Une: interview

Mark Radcliffe talks about his trip into electronica with Une: interview by Paul Clarke In a long and...

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Massive Attack announce special Japanese Mezzanine dates

Last year's tour where they played the album was brilliant, brooding and baffling in every great way possible. The band have announced two shows in Tokyo put on by the legendary Somewhere festival people.

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Jojo Rabbit – film review

Jojo Rabbit
Jojo Rabbit is the Holocaust comedy that combines hilarity and sentiment in equal measure. Tim Cooper acclaims the film that's the talk of awards season.

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Underneath The Stars Festival – 31 July to 2 August 2020

Underneath The Stars
Underneath the Stars 2020, the seventh iteration of this wonderfully intimate three day festival with a big...