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Album Review: MGMT – Little Dark Age

In 2007, Connecticut-born Indie-Rock duo MGMT (made up of multi-instrumentalists Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser) released their spell-binding debut Oracular Spectacular. Simmering with synth-laden poppy...

Another Arrogant Wannabe: An Interview with Rory Wynne

The music industry is littered with mercurial characters. If nothing else it’s a way of creating a mystique and intrigue around your music and...

Omelettes, Girl Bands & Sneezing: an Interview with The Big Moon

Indie rock bands that are worth listening to are somewhat few and far between at the moment. The Big Moon have ideas however, with...

Live Review: Bear’s Den @ Exeter Lemon Grove

The artwork on the cover of Bear’s Den’s latest record, Red Earth and Pouring Rain, gives you the wrong idea about the band. The...

Grandaddy – Last Place Album Review

There are not too many things surviving from my teenage years which I can look back on and not wince in some degree of...

Live Review: Amber Run @ Exeter Phoenix

Amber Run returned to Exeter to play Phoenix off the back of their new album, For A Moment, I Was Lost. Support came from...

Album Review: Elbow – Little Fictions

I first fell in love with Guy Garvey after being introduced to The Seldom Seen Kid by a dear friend in high school. I...

Album Review – Ty Segall – s/t

Traditionally, the mid-career eponymous album release is spun one of two ways - restatement or reinvention. In the ­first case, the artist looks to...

Album Review: Deaf Havana – All These Countless Nights

Rock band Deaf Havana have been pretty silent (some assumed finished) since the release of their third album Old Souls back in 2013. It...

Album Review: Public Access TV – Never Enough

I s rock music dead? It’s a debate widely contested by music aficionados across the globe. One thing’s for sure it’s certainly not as popular...