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Justine Trickett

Festival Preview: Parklife

Parklife Festival returns for the seventh year running, taking over Manchester’s Heaton Park on 10th and 11th June 2017. Run by the founders of the notable Warehouse Project, Parklike Festival […]

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REVIEW: Sisteray’s ‘15 Minutes’

“It’s all happening” ★★★★   It’s all happening for Sisteray, a four-piece band from Walthamstow who are currently causing a buzz and re-writing the indie guitar rule book. And let’s […]

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Live Review: Seramic @ Omeara, 01/03/17

“Literally swells with originality.” ★★★★ Fluorescent pink light coats Omeara tonight. A new venue founded by Ben Lovett (member of Mumford & Sons), which looks like it should belong in […]

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LIVE REVIEW: Aminé @ Kamio, 20/02/17

Aminé is a 22-year-old American hip-hop artist and rapper from Portland, whose debut single ‘Caroline’ reached 11th on the Hot 100 and 5th on the Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs on […]

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In Conversation With: Flirting.

If you’re a fan of music in a city like London, there’s no shortage of incredible acts that you can listen to and/or go and see. Starting in this scenario […]

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Album Review: Justice – ‘Woman’

Justice’s 3rd album, ‘Woman’, is undeniably funky. It tremors and quivers with energy, but sadly sags under the weight of its retro appeal. We open on a decidedly vintage synth, […]

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In Conversation with: VANT

VANT are our generation’s new rock band. They’re political and unmissable – they have already been featured as one of Annie Mac’s Hottest Records. Josie interviewed lead vocalist/ guitarist Mattie […]