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Album Review: Alvvays – Antisocialites

Described by Mojo as not sounding far off The Velvet Underground, Canadian indie pop favourites Alvvays brought smiles to fans around the globe with...

Ghostbusters, Paris and Punk: An Interview with Wolf Alice’s Theo Ellis

Despite only releasing their debut single in 2013, Wolf Alice are excitingly counting down the days until their second album, Visions of a Life,...

Album Review: Nick Mulvey – Wake Up Now

He is back. The man from Portico Quartet. The guy who gave us 'Fever to the Form' and 'Curcurucu'. It is the one and...

Sorry, can we just talk about French pop?

I’m a little behind on this game, granted (and I don’t know why I took quite so long to write this article) - but why...

Album Review: PVRIS – All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell

The incredibly wordy title of PVRIS’ sophomore record is lifted directly from Emily Dickinson’s poem ‘Parting’, which deals with the pain and difficulty of...

The Return of Taylor Swift

Last week, Taylor Swift broke her silence after her 2014 1989 success, by ironically furthering a ‘visible’ silence; deleting her social media presence and...

Album Review: Superfood – Bambino

Among the sparkling catalogue of Dirty Hit Records’ artists such as Wolf Alice, The 1975 and Benjamin Francis Leftwich is Superfood, or rather the...

Remember This? Fleetwood Mac’s Tusk

When you think Fleetwood Mac, you think Rumours. And who could blame you? That record redefined rock and is teaming with breakup anthem after...
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Album Review: Kesha – Rainbow

Kesha Rose Sebert has made an undoubtedly triumphant return following her widely publicised legal battle with producer Dr Luke, involving claims of sexual assault...

Oceans, Puppies and Touring: An Interview with Coasts

Since meeting at university in Bath, Chris, Liam, James, David and Ben have been on a rollercoaster of touring, festivals and releasing music as...