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Review: GEORGIE – Too Much TV

16 February 2018

After hanging up her football boots for a guitar, touring with Jake Bugg and a successful run of singles, the undeniably talented singer-songwriter GEORGIE is well on her way to [READ MORE]

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REVIEW: Geowulf – Great Big Blue

12 February 2018

“The aural equivalent of driving along the coast on a heavenly summer’s day,” Geowulf are set to release Great Big Blue on February 16th. Looks like Summer’s coming early this year…

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Review: Hookworms – Microshift

5 February 2018

Hookworm’s have often proved difficult to define musically. Too melodic for noise rock, too loud for psych-rock and too punkish for krautrock, they seem to deliberately oppose labels all together…

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Review: Nick J.D. Hodgson – Tell Your Friends

22 January 2018

Ex Kaiser Chief Nick J.D. Hodgson unveils his take on indie and britpop as he leaps into the risky realm of solo work

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Review: Trudy And The Romance – Junkyard Jazz EP

13 November 2017

Trudy and the Romance’s latest EP bends time and unleashes a conglomeration of cartoon inspired 50’s nostalgia.

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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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Emma Blackery @ O2 Institute Birmingham

6 June 2017

Playing to 600 people is no measly feat, especially when you’re used to 1.34 million fans watching you online. Emma Blackery embarked on yet another headline tour to promote her [READ MORE]

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The Great Escape Review

22 May 2017

The Great Escape Festival, now in its eleventh year is an incredible three-day new music takeover of bustling Brighton. The city’s venues, bars, churches and open spaces turn into showcases [READ MORE]

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S E R A P H I N A – Altar

13 April 2017

For her first piece of work, SERAPHINA has enlightened us to an air of maturity that would otherwise be hard to achieve in such an early stage. ‘Alter’ gives us [READ MORE]

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