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Album Review: Interpol’s Marauder

When compared to the avalanche of indie rock bands that sprung from the New York concrete in the early 2000s, Interpol are something of...

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...

Album Review: Ellie Goulding – Delirium

Ellie Goulding Delirium 6 November 2015   Pop Princess Ellie Goulding’s third studio album, Delirium, demonstrates just how far Goulding has evolved since she was crowned BBC’s Sound...

Album Review: Rhodes – Wishes

Rhodes Wishes 18 September 2015, Rhodes Music   Fans have been asked to wait very patiently for a very long time for Rhodes debut album but oh my, he...

Album Review: Stereophonics – Keep the Village Alive

  Stereophonics Keep the Village Alive 11 September 2015, Stylus Records   A fter over twenty years of touring and 36 singles, Stereophonics are back with their ninth studio album ‘Keep...

Album Review: Florence and the Machine – How Big, How Blue,...

Following a successful replacement headline slot at Glastonbury, Lauren Edwards reviews Florence and the Machine's summer offering, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful. "It's definitely big....

Album Review: Flo Morrissey – Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful

Having supported The Staves at Exeter Phoenix on the most bittersweet day earlier this year, Flo Morrissey has since released her debut album, Tomorrow...

Food suits and feminism: an interview with Lucy Rose

Last time we spoke with Lucy Rose, she was about to set sail on the good ship Thekla. Now, on the verge of releasing her...

Album Review: Toro y Moi – What for?

Toro y Moi What For? 7 April 2015, Carpark Records  L  et’s be clear: the latest offering from Chaz Bundick, otherwise known as Toro y Moi and king...

Album Review: Nai Harvest – Hairball

Nai Harvest Hairball 28 April 2015, Topshelf Records Alex Hall considers Sheffield-based Nai Harvest's soon-to-be latest release Hairball as the next gem in an ever growing fuzz-pop...