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INTERVIEW: The Murder Capital, A Band With Quite A Year Ahead Of Them Drip Feeding Us Their Domination Bit By Bit.

Sometimes before a band release any work you know they’re going to make an impression. With difficult economic, social and political climates we may all be struggling, but musicians like The Murder Capital are stamping their mark on the UK… Continue Reading

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LIVE REVIEW: The Murder Capital & Egyptian Blue at Heartbreakers, Southampton; This Years Tour That People Will Want to Say “I Was There!”

For a handful of years post-punk has been at the heart of the indie/alternative scenes but in 2019 Dublin has proved over and over that right now no one can beat the post-punk coming from it right now; on Saturday… Continue Reading

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FESTIVAL PREVIEW: Citadel; The Festival Who Self-Proclaims It’s ‘The Ultimate Summer Sunday’. Citadel, With Your Line Up We have to Agree!

Citadel festival is back for its 6th year, still featuring the inimitably indie Communion record label, and its lineup is ludicrously good.  Headlined by the arena-gracing Catfish and the Bottlemen, in the beautiful Gunnersbury Park, it features the lofty likes… Continue Reading

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LIVE REVIEW: Foals, with support from Yak. “I have two words for you: Foals Forever”.

  Tonight’s support Yak specialise in excess. Their latest album Pursuit of Momentary Happiness is a study in kissing the edges, not just in its execution but in how it sparked to life from the perilous existence of frontman Oli Burslem… Continue Reading

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Black Keys ‘Lets Rock’; A Title as Bold and Brazen as the Album Itself

“Lets Rock is the sound of The Black Keys at their best, creatively fulfilled with other projects whilst leaving their best for America’s much-loved duo.” When one of America’s most respected blues-rock bands announces after 5 years they’re releasing a… Continue Reading

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IN FOR QUESTIONING: Miss June; “Instead Of Trying To ‘Break The Glass Ceiling” [As Women] We Need To Construct Buildings Of Our Own.”

In For Questioning is the feature pointing readers in the direction of bands you may not have heard of yet, but in a year they’ll be playing all the right venues and on all the right tours and you’ll be… Continue Reading

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ALBUM REVIEW: Hatchie ‘Keepsake’; A Stunning Debut That We Won’t Be Forgetting

  “It made sense to me to call the record that, at a time when I’m going to probably end up with a lot of keepsakes — and in a way, this whole album is almost like a keepsake in… Continue Reading