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Mac DeMarco @ The Coronet 17/11/17

Returning to the UK after his stop-off at the 02 Brixton in May, Mac DeMarco crashes back into London with three nights at Elephant & Castle’s Coronet. First things first: […]

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Winter Is Coming: A Playlist

It’s finally chilly enough to justify the purchase of three warm drinks a day at the Ground, gloomy enough to make an excuse for taking the bus home from uni […]

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CCFX EP REVIEW

A blend of bands CC Dust and Trans FX, Olympia-based outfit CCFX have released their debut self-titled EP (prizes for anyone that can guess where that name came from). Taking […]

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Jungle determined to take London and the World back. By storm.

It’s a calm Wednesday evening, nearly nothing seems to be happening in South London. Some 40-50 people stand scattered inside Electric Brixton – it’s 7 p.m. and the venue has […]

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The War On Drugs @ Alexandra Palace, London – 14/11/17

Adam Granduciel & co a.k.a The War on Drugs bring their bold, sprawling psych-Americana sound to London’s grand Alexandra Palace. After the immense rapture received for their third album, Lost […]

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Live Review: Tom Misch @ Printworks, 20/10/17

Producer, singer-songwriter and DJ Tom Misch has started to gain tremendous (and well deserved) popularity recently, emerging amongst a cluster of new London artists with music that is melodic and […]

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REVIEW: Friends of Friends – ‘Picture House – EP’

Leeds-based indie band Friends of Friends started out as the bedroom project of singer and guitarist Robbie Tooth. With help from guitarist Dominic Marshall and drummer Tom McAndrew, the band […]

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The Round-Up: Best New Releases

St. Vincent – MASSEDUCTION Annie Clark a.k.a St. Vincent changes tack from the fuzzy, cerebral electro-pop of her last self-titled LP, instead pitching her penchant for the guitar driven mini-epics […]

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Nick Mulvey @ Shepherd’s Bush Empire, 17/10/17

Dressed all in black, never removing his hat, Nick Mulvey has the air of a talented and yet an ultimately humble performer. Walking on stage to ethereal voices swimming around […]