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Hachiku: I’ll Probably Be Asleep – album review

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Hachiku I'll Probably Be Asleep  Marathon Artists LP | CD | DL Out Now Ennui has never seemed so appealing and dreamy as on the debut album from...

Listen to this! Salarymen release new single Something To Me

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Indie-rock duo Salarymen return with soaring new single Something To Me and an accompanying video. Take a listen. Built-up of jangly guitars and warm analogue...

Emily Breeze: Confessions Of An Ageing Party Girl – single review

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Emily Breeze Confessions Of An Ageing Party Girl Sugarshack Records Released October 29th Bristol based Emily Breeze is a unique force. Too nuanced to be a...

Cut Worms: Nobody Lives Here Anymore – album review

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Cut Worms Nobody Lives Here Anymore Jagjaguwar LP | CD | DL Out Now   On his second album, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Max Clarke, aka Cut Worms, gorgeously pays...

Chartreuse: Keep Checking Up On Me – EP review

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CHARTREUSE KEEP CHECKING UP ON ME EP REVIEW Communion Music Out now! Chartreuse, a name drawn from the rolling wilderness of the French mountain region, implies all that...

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A Celebration Of The Musical Life Of Sylvain Sylvain – live stream

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A Celebration Of The Musical Life Of Sylvain Sylvain 14 February 2021 The sad and untimely death on 13...

INTERVIEWS

Yard Act: Dark Days EP – review and interview.

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Yard Act: Dark Days EP Zen FC Out Now From Fixer Upper to Peanuts; and everything else in-between encapsulated on...

NEWS

Stephen Fretwell returns after 13 years with new track and album news!

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Stephen Fretwell is back after a long hiatus. Always the honorary Manc troubador from Scunthorpe he made...

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Band of Holy Joy and Bjorn Hatleskog – Notes From A Gallery

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Band of Holy Joy and Bjorn Hatleskog host an online four day exhibition of film and performance at Gallery 46 this week from the 24th to 27th February. 

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Six Of The Best Sets At Loftas Fest 2020

Loftas Fest
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From toe-tapping rock n’ roll to darkly ethereal modular synthpop - discover highlights from the vibrant Loftas...