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Album Review: The Drums – Abysmal Thoughts

The Drums – now solely comprising of founder Jonny Pierce – have not only just released their fourth album, but have also just released...

Glastonbury, ABBA and the Politically Engaged Youth: An Interview with Declan...

The night before I meet Declan McKenna, I am flicking through the music channels on television and spot ‘Wish You Were at Glasto’ on...

Live Review: Blossoms @ Exeter Lemon Grove

I'm just going to put it out there: I liked Blossoms before they were cool. Admittedly, it was just a few months before they...

Live review: Stornoway @ Exeter Phoenix

“W e honestly never dreamed we’d come this far,” Stornoway front man Brian Briggs admits. “Swindon, perhaps… but Exeter? No way.” The whoop this earns...

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 – 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...

Live Review: Frightened Rabbit @ Bristol Trinity

Playing in a repurposed old gothic church couldn’t be any more suiting for Frightened Rabbit’s melancholic brand of alternative rock. Having grafted their way...

Album Review: Sundara Karma – Youth is Only Ever Fun in...

Four-piece alternative act Sundara Karma are the latest act to emerge from Reading’s budding music scene, a group whose Sanskrit name translates to ‘beautiful...

Surfing and Pom Poms – An Interview With Sunset Sons

Sunset Sons are an up-and-coming, British-Australian four-piece band who formed in 2013. Nominated for the Best Live Act at the 2016 AIM Awards, their...