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Review // Wolf Alice – ‘My Love Is Cool’

  It’s here! We all made it! We all lived to see the day when a Wolf Alice album was dragged into the world; screaming along to the refrain of ‘Fluffy’. Yes, ‘My Love Is Cool’ is here to test … Continue reading

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Review // Girlpool – ‘Before The World Was Big’

  Throwing blanket assumptions onto bands are always something that can irk and irritate bands and fans alike. But good golly am I about to envelop Girlpool, in an Ikea double duvet sized set of LOVE. This Wichita released debut album … Continue reading

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Review // Black Moth – ‘Condemned To Hope’

  Rising out of the Leeds underground scene, Black Moth have taken the North by storm and in the wake of their second album, Condemned To Hope, the rock quintet are set to do the same for the ENTIRE GLOBE. … Continue reading

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Review // Death From Above 1979 – ‘The Physical World’

  In 2004, Death From Above 1979 released their debut album You’re A Woman, I’m A Machine. The LP was a full-on assault to the senses, a noise rock album that was bruising and riff-heavy but also maintained a decisive … Continue reading

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Review // Austra – ‘Olympia’

  Under the flag of Paperbag Records Austra have succeeding in creating another hauntingly beautiful album with second album, Olympia. With a backdrop of electrical dance notes, layered against multiple vocals from Opera trained Stelmanis, Austra has the listener dreaming … Continue reading

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Review // Slow Club – ‘Complete Surrender’

  It’s almost hard to believe that it’s been five years since Slow Club released their debut album Yeah, So. Since then, duo Rebecca Taylor and Charles Watson have steadily moved away from the sometimes twee, nu-folk tones of ‘Beginners’ … Continue reading

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Review // Jungle – ‘Jungle’

  When Jungle first emerged, the outfit’s two central figures J and T were a duo shrouded in mystery. They would often hide among fashionable crowds in photo-shoots and played underground gigs shrouded in darkness. It turned out that Tom … Continue reading

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News // Alt-J unveil new track ‘Left Hand Free’

  Alt J are back. Excited? Good, so are we. Released on the 7th July, ‘Left hand free’ is taken from the forthcoming album This Is All Yours, set to be released in September. If their first album is anything … Continue reading

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Review // DZ Deathrays – ‘Black Rat’

  On DZ Deathrays’ first album Bloodstreams – released in 2012 – duo Shane Parsons and Simon Ridley’s main method of assault was through uncontrollable noise, volume and shedloads of vitriol. The tracks emerged from a fuzz and squall that … Continue reading

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News // Goat return with new single ‘Hide From The Sun’

  Experts in their trade, Goat are no rookies when it comes to creating bizarre tapestries of sounds that somehow form a comprehensible song (or not depending on your taste) and their latest track bursts with tribal influences, combinations of … Continue reading

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Review // The Horrors – ‘Luminous’

  The Horrors’ self-produced and 5th studio album was released this week – excited? You should be. The genre dissecting, boundary surpassing, friendship dividing band that is ‘The Horrors’ set out to deliver, and that they do. A strong start to … Continue reading

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Review // Lykke Li – ‘I’ll Never Learn.’

  A heartfelt self-portrait of an album, I’ll Never Learn reveals pain, beauty and charm. A step back from the livelier previous two albums, the Swedish ‘sugar pop’ star holds her heart on her sleeve and the listener in her … Continue reading

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