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Stop the Press? The End of the Printed NME

Goodbye to the days of NME in print. I’ll be among the indie teens, old rockers and new music lovers who will miss feeling...

Album Review: Lo Moon – Lo Moon

At a time where alternative and indie acts are in abundance, Los Angeles trio Lo Moon are one who attempt to stand out from...
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EP Review: Charlotte Day Wilson – Stone Woman

Sniff all you like about the public taste; the Top 40 doesn’t lie. Last year, Ed Sheeran toddled away with the Christmas No.1 with...

Live Review: Will Hoge @ Bristol Thekla

It's a familiar cliché, usually shared between two acquaintances and probably an aux cord, to "love all genres- well, except maybe country!". Perhaps to...

Record Store Day 2018

11 Years of Record Store Day is happening on Saturday, April 21st. Cue your 5am alarms, get your coffee ready to go, so you can...

Album Review: David Byrne – American Utopia

There’s something captivating in David Byrne’s spasmodic anxiety. You can find its eclectic manner in so much of the former Talking Heads’ frontman’s work,...
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Album Review: U.S. Girls – A Poem Unlimited

U.S. Girls is an American-Canadian music project led by Meghan Remy, and though originally centered around a very noisy, lo-fi aesthetic, Meghan has decided...

Album Review: Albert Hammond Jr. – Francis Trouble

Francis Trouble is the fourth solo album from The Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr., who was the first of the band to pursue a...
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Album Review: Courtney Marie Andrews – May Your Kindness Remain

For some, being rated as ‘midway between Dolly Parton and Whitney Houston’ by the NME might be a little daunting, but bohemian Arizona singer-songwriter...

Album Review: Fickle Friends – You Are Someone Else

Among the cache of rising young artists bringing wistful indie pop out of the 1980s and into the late 2010s (Shura, MUNA, and more)...