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REVIEW: Swimming Tapes ‘Soft Sea Blue’ EP

15 September 2017

With the added production of Adam Jaffrey (Gengahr, Palace), Swimming Tapes’ second EP is a development from their previous effort and shows a band continuing their rise to power.

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REVIEW: Soft Fangs – Fractures

13 September 2017

Resonating and highly reverberated guitars blended with folk acoustic segments; Fractures the second effort from Soft Fangs trickles by with a haunting peacefulness.

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Review: Too Many T’s – South City

12 September 2017

From the Golden Era of Hip-Hop, taking the centre stage, we have Too Many T’s, and they’re back with a bang for their album ‘South City’.

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Review: Zola Jesus – Okovi

8 September 2017

The electronic experimentalist returns with her emotive sixth album.

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Review: Sløtface – Try Not To Freak Out

4 September 2017

Norwegian indie pop quartet Sløtface, FKA and still pronounced as Slutface, are about to release their eagerly awaited debut album Try Not To Freak Out. Spoiler alert: It’s brilliant.

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EP Review: Fizzy Blood – Summer Of Luv

1 September 2017

The Leeds five piece finally drop their rollicking new EP.

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Premiere: FAI BABA – Can’t Stop Loving You

31 August 2017

After releasing the track a few days ago via A Tree in a Field Records, we have the absolute delight of premiering the accompanying video for Zurich’s FAI BABA.

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Green Man 2017 Review

23 August 2017

As a rule, any music festival opened by a druid has got to be a good one. On its 15th year, Green Man was no exception.

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Gordi – Reservoir

23 August 2017

Out 25th August, Reservoir is the long-awaited debut album from Australian singer/songwriter Gordi. It combines painstaking production with painful, punch-you-in-the-guts lyrics.

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