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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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ALBUM REVIEW: LAURA MARLING’S ‘SEMPER FEMINA’

“Distinct and Powerful” ★★★★ Nowadays, people sometimes find it hard to find a place for folk music. For some, folk’s authenticity has been moulded into mediocrity and banality, physically manifested […]

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Album Review: Circa Waves – Different Creatures

Hailing from Liverpool, indie-rock band Circa Waves are back with a punch and are set to release their album Different Creatures this Friday (10th March) – their first release since […]

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Introducing: The Velvet Hands

London based band Velvet Hands have caused quite a stir in the year that they’ve been around. Self releasing their first two singles; ‘Games’ and ‘Habit’, they picked up some […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Sundara Karma – ‘Youth is Only Ever Fun in Retrospect’

Sundara Karma have been bouncing around the music scene for a few years now. They’ve played Reading festival and are regulars on the BBC Radio 1 airwaves. Now, they’ve finally […]

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Introducing: Sløtface

Pop-punk is on the rise and, the Norwegian band, Sløtface, is spearheading it. I was lucky enough to catch up with all 4 members– Haley (vocals), Lasse (bass), Halvard (drums) and […]

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In Conversation with: Georgie

It’s late evening in south London and Georgie sits opposite me. We’re backstage in the hallowed halls of Brixton Academy where Georgie is supporting Jake Bugg. The legendary venue has […]

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Single Review: Dorje – ‘Flower of Life’

Bands with their own sound in the genre of Progressive Rock/Metal are hard to come by. It’s always hopeful to hear a group of musicians who can release music that […]

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Latitude Festival: The Best Three Acts

One of the best aspects about Latitude Festival was that it was incredibly chilled out to the extent that you could be incredibly close to the front even five minutes […]