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So we don't normally do this, but this is song caught our ears today and we wanted to share it. Off London's Native Tongue's upcoming...

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Tales From The City // Farewell JR

  The dynamic and moving tracks of Farewell JR’s debut ep may have been recorded, in parts, all over the globe, but here we invite frontman...

On The Stereo // March 2013

Department M - I’ll Fax You An Apology The new project of Owen Brinley, Leeds’ Department M first came to our attention when two demos...

Bastille // March 2013

Have you ever met someone and thought to yourself, "I just can't read you." The musical equivalent is arguably Bastille, a band that no...

Review // Nightworks – Urban Heat Island

Night Works Urban Heat Island Loose Lips // March 4th The original Metronomy line-up has fledged its fair share of minor stars, but nothing in the...

Review // Lapalux – Nostalchic

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Review // Casimir – Not Mathematics

Even at just five tracks, ‘Not Mathematics’ proves quite the statement-of-intent

Live Review // On An On

Photo by Merlin Jobst On An On Birthdays // February 14th   It makes sense for a band, especially having just crossed the Atlantic, to take a few...

Live Review // Wolf Alice

It’s a mark of how good Wolf Alice are that, even though they’re ill, they still manage to put in a performance most bands would struggle to match in perfect health.

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