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Goulash, Throat Singers & Canadian Contemporaries: An Interview with Weaves’ Jasmyn Burke

The latest gem in the treasure chest of Canadian indie bands, Weaves, have just released their highly anticipated second album Wide Open, just a...

Live Review: VANT @ Exeter Cavern

Four was the magic number for the bands playing Cavern last Saturday night, as both support acts in addition to VANT were four-piece groups. The...

Album Review: Gregory Porter – Nat King Cole & Me

Grammy-winning jazz maestro Gregory Porter recently released his tribute album Nat King Cole & Me in honour of the late singer, who Porter has...

Soundtrack Review: Stranger Things Season 2

Stranger Things is not only set in 1983, but it really feels like it was made in 1983. The show is painstakingly dedicated to...

Album Review: Jessie Ware – Glasshouse

The struggle in Jessie Ware’s newest album, Glasshouse, is clear. The album is caught between Ware - a talented, complex and innovative writer and...
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A Night to Remember: Linkin Park and Friends Celebrate Life in Honor of Chester...

I remember exactly where I was when I found out that Chester Bennington, vocalist in world-famous rock group Linkin Park, had taken his own...

Album Review: Stereophonics – Scream Above the Sounds

Stereophonics have been one of the biggest UK rock acts since the late 90s, with a string of hits from 'Have a Nice Day'...

Live Review: Loyle Carner @ Exeter Phoenix

A year ago, I’d never heard of the name Loyle Carner, let alone his real name, which is (confusingly) Benjamin Coyle-Larner, despite the fact...

Live Review: Liam Fray @ Bristol Thekla

“Liam! Liam! Liam!” Not many artists can be late to their own gig and be greeted with a supportive chant from the crowd. Maybe...
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Album Review: The War on Drugs – A Deeper Understanding

Pennsylvanian rooted, electropop and neo-psychedelia band, The War on Drugs, released their 4th studio album, A Deeper Understanding, on 25th August. This became their...