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By The Sea Festival 2017 - Festival Review

Now in its third year, and most definitely at home, By The Sea festival returned to Margate in glorious style. Having surely established itself as Kent's premier music festival, By The Sea once again upped its game with an inspired...

By Andrew Lockwood on 10 October 2017

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La Route Du Rock 2017 At Saint-Malo, France - Live Review

The European festival season has just ground depressingly to a halt to make way for a few months of Netflix and chilly. That means it's time to look back longingly at the photos from those four days of music and...

By Holly Mosley on 29 September 2017

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Mew - Hong Kong's Music Zone E-Max 18.09.17 Live Review

Mew, the Danish troupe not the Pokemon, have been around for over two decades now and have polished their live set to match their image. Tonight their set traverses the highs of their generally well-received career, splicing the heavier moments...

By Lauren Mullineaux on 29 September 2017

Mew

Mogwai - Leeds Brudenell Social Club 07.09.17 Live Review

Scottish post-rock pioneers Mogwai have been one of the genre's most key exports for over 20 years now. Across records such as 'Mogwai Young Team', 'Mr Beast' and 'Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will', they've repeatedly managed to take...

By Max Cussons on 29 September 2017

Mogwai

Iglooghost - White Gum Single Review

While we recently praised and are still worshipping Iglooghost's last single 'Bug Thief', we're now here to talk about latest song 'White Gum' from upcoming album 'Neo Wax Bloom'. Frankly, the hype is more than justified; this kid is revolutionary...

By Max Cussons on 29 September 2017

Iglooghost

Feeder - The Best Of Album Review

Feeder celebrate 21 years of recording this year (2017); 21 years ago since the band came onto the scene with the release of their mini album 'Swim'. As a band they have been together for 25 years which nowadays is...

By Mark Moore on 29 September 2017

Feeder

When The Sun Hits - Immersed Within Your Eyes EP Review

You never know what's going to happen with a side project. When The Sun Hits began as such eight years ago while its members were in their respective bands. Although they had done some work together, the project itself seemed...

By Mark Moore on 29 September 2017

Project Pablo - Hope You're Well Album Review

Project Pablo is the handle of Montreal-based DJ/producer Patrick Holland, whose first long player 'I Want To Believe' dropped in 2015. Whilst that was mostly living at the techno end of deep house - especially on the juicy 3am grooves...

By Andy Peterson on 29 September 2017

Hype Williams - Rainbow Edition Album Review

Where to start here. Let's begin with what could loosely be interpreted as the "facts" around Hype Williams; that they're a sometimes but not always duo based in London (and/or Berlin) consisting of Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland and that...

By Andy Peterson on 29 September 2017

Hype Williams

Benjamin Clementine - I Tell A Fly Album Review

Two years since Benjamin Clementine won the Mercury prize for his debut album, 'At Least For Now', he makes a welcome return with his follow up, 'I Tell A Fly'. Clementine's new eleven track album builds on his core vocal...

By Andrew Lockwood on 29 September 2017

Benjamin Clementine

The National - Sleep Well Beast Album Review

The National’s seventh studio album Sleep Well Beast is the epitome of a grown-up Rock album. It wraps up the struggles of middle-age and confusion of the modern world in a surprisingly cohesive, if occasionally melancholy, set of songs. The...

By Jim Pusey on 06 September 2017

The National

Infest 2017 At Bradford Student Union - Live Review

It's hard to believe that yet another Infest has come and gone already and this year was certainly one of mixed emotions; happiness thanks to the extraordinary efforts of the artists and crew, sadness over the poignant absence of one...

By Holly Mosley on 30 August 2017

Stereophonics - Bridlington Spa 23.08.17 Live Review

The Stereophonics machine has been gradually building up over recent months with festival performances and the announcement of 'Scream Above The Sounds', their tenth album due for release in November. Tonight's event is at a venue smaller than the arena...

By Alex Lai on 25 August 2017

Stereophonics

DJ Shadow - Concorde 2, Brighton Live Review

So in-demand the public needed a second performance, DJ Shadow is obviously a sought after artist in Brighton. Playing two consecutive evenings in the middle of August at Concorde 2, Shadow even has the ability to freestyle his second night,...

By Adam Holden on 25 August 2017

DJ Shadow

Elrow Festival 2017

Showcasing its last UK party of the year, Elrow naturally pulled out all the stops, ensuring its Londontwo-day festival finished like it was the last day of summer. Not even the melancholic British weather could stop this extravaganza.With a stunning...

By Adam Holden on 25 August 2017

Wolf Alice - The Venue, Derby 16.08.2017 Live Review

Wolf Alice have gone through the newcomers stages, they have nailed all their live shows to date and are still getting better each time. Debut album 'My Love Is Cool' was an amazing first record and they really showed Glastonbury...

By Mark Moore on 25 August 2017

Wolf Alice

Cabbage - Celebration Of A Disease EP Review

Cabbage are set to release yet another EP - that is, another snippet of their musical madness - entitled 'Celebration Of A Disease', and there are no signs of them turning radio friendly. Nonetheless, their fan base just keeps growing...

By Mark Moore on 25 August 2017

Oneohtrix Point Never - Good Time OST Album Review

Good Time is a crime-drama film directed by Joshua and Ben Safdie and starring Robert Pattinson as Connie. It is out now in the States and is yet to be released here in the UK. Going off the trailers, the...

By Max Cussons on 24 August 2017

The War on Drugs - A Deeper Understanding Album Review

If you were to emulate a musical Bruce in a highly-conspicuous manner, would you go Eagles with Hornsby, Iron Maiden with Dickinson, or my preferred option, Anfield Rap with Grobbelaar? On "Holding On", Adam Granduciel sings, 'When we talk of...

By Jon Kean on 24 August 2017

The War On Drugs

Morrissey and Marshall - We Rise Album Review

Has anyone made the Smiths joke yet? Yes? Right, let's crack on then. Dublin duo Morrissey and Marshall give it some full-band, bold-as-brass bluster on their second studio album. By their own admission, they would have managed five albums by...

By Jon Kean on 17 August 2017

Bella McKendree - Waiting EP Review

Compact and bijou, the "Waiting" EP constitutes a shapely debut for Bella McKendree. Produced by Grammy-winning Brett Shaw (Florence and the Machine, Daughter), it showcases her crystalline, folk-tinged vocals and her songwriting poise, with plenty of highly-reputable influences detectable across...

By Jon Kean on 17 August 2017

Iglooghost - Bug Thief Single Review

UK electronic artist Iglooghost has been one of the most game changing producers of recent times, maybe even thee most game changing. His EP's 'Chinese Nü Yr' and 'Little Grids' have established his sound as one that manages to be...

By Max Cussons on 14 August 2017

Iglooghost

Mattu - Lightwaves Album Review

Mattu is an upcoming UK producer who's sound can largely be described as wonky and seems to come from the same school of approach as that of Rustie or Hudson Mohawke, with his tracks usually being an assault of vivid,...

By Max Cussons on 09 August 2017

Mt. Wolf Aetherlight Album Review

After an initial wave of critical acclaim following their 2012/2013 E.P's Mt. Wolf look set to melodically mesmerise all before them. Unfortunately for the remaining band members at the time, the then lead singer Kate Sproule, up and left. After...

By Andrew Lockwood on 08 August 2017

Leopallooza 2017 - The Wyldes, Cornwall Festival Review

Leopallooza was the festival the weather couldn't sink. On a weekend when other musical events were disappearing into their own swamps, or awash with health and safety crises, we partied on into the wee small hours of Monday in the...

By Jon Kean on 08 August 2017

Visions Festival 2017 Review

Various Venues, Hackney, London-5th of August 2017.Visions Festival is a yearly day-festival in Hackney, London that has a nice mix of different kinds of alternative music, be it dark electronica or twee indie. With the festival taking place across a...

By Max Cussons on 08 August 2017

Elrow at Amnesia Ibiza 2017 - Live Review

The synergy that joins Elrow and Amnesia, one of Ibiza's most popular clubs would seemingly be a match made in heaven - and for the most part it is, as revelers get to experience the most hedonistic heaven entwined with...

By Adam Holden on 03 August 2017

Declan McKenna - What Do You Think About The Car? Album Review

Four-year-old Declan McKenna was asked what he thought of the new family motor, by his camcorder-holding sister, Rosanna. Diddy Declan cursorily approved of said wagon, then swiftly moved on to more pressing matters, announcing that he was going to perform...

By Jon Kean on 28 July 2017

Declan McKenna

Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott - Crooked Calypso Album Review

Paul Heaton's thirty-five-year career has been securely founded on acutely-observed lyrics, allied with tunes that either make you want to sashay round the kitchen in your oven gloves, or hold a loved one close on the sofa. Jacqui Abbott entered...

By Jon Kean on 27 July 2017

Paul Heaton

Arcade Fire - Everything Now Album Review

Arcade Fire's fifth studio album has lofty ambitions, somewhere along the way though it definitely hits a glass ceiling. It's a record that's purpose-built for the digital age starting and finishing in exactly the same place. 'Everything Now (Continued)' bookends...

By Jim Pusey on 26 July 2017

Arcade Fire

Slaves - Dreamland Amusement Park Live Review

It's been a whirlwind five years for Slaves. Having this week celebrated their first half decade with a one off gig at The Tunbridge Wells Forum where they recorded their first E.P, 'Sugar Coated Bitter Truth', they ventured a little...

By Andrew Lockwood on 26 July 2017

Kai Whiston - Fissure Price EP Review

Kai Whiston is a rising UK producer whose signature style is defined by erratic, freaking-out beats that are akin to chemicals having haywire reactions in a lab. Across records such as later year's 'Houndstooth' EP, 'Threads & Strings/Rubens' as well...

By Max Cussons on 21 July 2017

Sunn O))) - Leeds Stylus 19.07.2017 Live Review

Drone-metal kings Sunn O))) have spent the last few decades building their legacy with records such as 'Black One', 'Monoliths And Dimensions' and most recently 2015's 'Kannon.' Across these records Sunn O)))'s sound has been defined by incredibly slow pace,...

By Max Cussons on 21 July 2017

Latitude Festival 2017 Review

It was yet another successful weekend for Latitude Festival at Henham Park in Southwold, Suffolk, which has been the home of the biggest ‘small festival’ in Britain since 2006.With their traditionally bold approach to their booking, including putting up-and-coming artists...

By Ed Biggs on 19 July 2017

Latitude Festival

The Wonder Stuff - Cheese and Grain, Frome 14.07.17 Live Review

While the "Theme from S'Express" was sitting proud at number one in April 1988, The Wonder Stuff first graced the charts at number seventy-two with "Give Give Give Me More More More". But did we gather at the Cheese and...

By Jon Kean on 19 July 2017

The Wonder Stuff

Waxahatchee - Out in the Storm Album Review

On "Out in the Storm", Katie Crutchfield and her formidable band, including sister Allison on keys and percussion, and Sleater-Kinney touring guitarist, Katie Harkin on lead guitar, have created an elemental, cathartic release. It's an exorcism of perhaps the strongest...

By Jon Kean on 18 July 2017

Waxahatchee

Chris T-T - The Best Of... Album Review

Since 1999, Brighton based folk singer and songwriter Chris T-T has been entertaining crowds with pointed political barbs and left-wing social commentary set to accessible, often stripped back musical arrangements, slowly gaining a loyal, if not especially sizeable fanbase. All...

By Ben Walton on 18 July 2017

Chris T-T

Lapalux - Ruinism Album Review

One of Ruinism's promotional shots is of Stuart Howard - for it is he that is Lapalux - dressed in a baseball cap, sweatshirt and a pair of jogging bottoms. In many other contexts for anyone processing that image some...

By Andy Peterson on 12 July 2017

Lapalux

Lucy Rose - Something's Changing Album Review

Lucy Rose's third studio album is a more delicate and stripped-down affair than her previous records, the title says it all really; Something's Changing. The 29 year-old, who's probably also best known for her occasional contributions to Bombay Bicycle Club,...

By Jim Pusey on 12 July 2017

Lucy Rose

Tony Bennett - Bridgewater Hall, Manchester 05.07.17 Live Review

The labelling of legends has become overly familiar, but in the case of Tony Bennett, it would be difficult to successfully argue it as hyperbole. A veteran of World War 2, his first album was released in 1952 and paved...

By Alex Lai on 10 July 2017

Tony Bennett

Public Service Broadcasting - Every Valley Album Review

'Britons are building, hewing out of their native rock the foundations of the future,' booms a stentorian voice from a mid-Twentieth-Century broadcast. You know it's not true when you hear it. The plug was pulled on the Welsh mining industry...

By Jon Kean on 07 July 2017

Public Service Broadcasting

Green Day - Sheffield Arena, 03.07.17 Live Review

Green Day need little to no introduction, but just in case, here's a quick recap. Being arguably the most key band to pop-punk with their 90's records 'Dookie', 'Insomniac' and 'Nimrod' they became instant legends and one of the biggest...

By Max Cussons on 05 July 2017

Green Day

Beach House - B-Sides And Rarities Album Review

In 2003 The Manic Street Preachers released a compilation album subtitled 'A Secret History'. It's a title that Baltimore Dream Pop duo Beach House should have considered for their first compilation album, which encompasses additional material that hasn't appeared on...

By Jim Pusey on 03 July 2017

Beach House

Ride - Weather Diaries Album Review

Should we talk about the weather? Should we talk about the government? To an extent, Ride's fifth album "Weather Diaries" does both. It's very British to get all meteorological and very 2017 to get all political, so they're bang on...

By Jon Kean on 28 June 2017

Ride

Vince Staples - Big Fish Theory Album Review

Vince Staples is a Californian rapper who's displayed quite a lot potential in recent years. After a handful of mixtapes and EP's, he released his debut album, a double album, 'Summertime '06' in 2015. So far Staples has displayed his...

By Max Cussons on 27 June 2017

Vince Staples

The Wedding Present - Bristol O2 Academy 15.06.17 Live Review

Bristol's middle-aged moshpit, spurred on by some younger pogoing devotees, bounced their way through The Wedding Present's debut album "George Best" one last time in a live setting. Celebrating its thirtieth birthday, David Gedge was the only surviving member of...

By Jon Kean on 23 June 2017

The Wedding Present

Bogus Order - Zen Brakes Vol.2 Album Review

Bogus Order would probably need quite a lot by way of introduction, were they not in fact Coldcut, who should need none. Well OK then, just a bit: production duo Matt Black and Jonathan Moore began DJ'ing before your dad...

By Andy Peterson on 21 June 2017

'68 - Two Parts Viper Album Review

'68 is the latest project of Josh Scogin, former frontman of The Chariot and Norma Jean. However, with this duo's 2014 debut 'In Humor And Sadness', it was arguably the scene legend's finest work put to wax. Whereas his previous...

By Max Cussons on 20 June 2017

'68

Parklife 2017 Festival Review

I was particularly excited to attend Parklife in Manchester this year, the line-up looked incredible and considering the recent trauma in Manchester, it's great to see the city is strong, resolute and still a leading authority musically in the UK....

By Tareck Ghoneim on 19 June 2017

The Parklife Weekender

Elbow - Forest Live 2017 Review

Surrounded by the twelve thousand tress of the stunningly beautiful Bedgebury Pinetum, and in front of the thousands that had come to hear them play, Elbow took to the stage just outside Royal Tunbridge Wells, in Kent. As part of...

By Andrew Lockwood on 19 June 2017

Elbow

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Chrissie Hynde and The Pretenders perform live at Usher Hall - Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom - Tuesday 3rd October 2017

The Pretenders live at Usher Hall

Chrissie Hynde and The Pretenders perform live at Usher Hall - Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom - Tuesday 3rd October 2017

Michael Fassbender seen leaving Radio 2 - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 3rd October 2017

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Sparks Performing on their 'Hippopotamus' tour at Manchester O2 Ritz - Manchester, United Kingdom - Friday 22nd September 2017

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Popular TV chef Nigella Lawson signs copies of her latest cookery book, 'At My Table: A Celebration of Home Cooking'...

Nigella Lawson signs copies of her latest cookery book, 'At My Table: A Celebration of Home Cooking'

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LCD Soundsystem performs at the Barrowlands Ballroom - Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom - Tuesday 19th September 2017

LCD Soundsystem performs at the Barrowlands Ballroom

LCD Soundsystem performs at the Barrowlands Ballroom - Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom - Tuesday 19th September 2017

LCD Soundsystem performs at the Barrowlands Ballroom - Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom - Tuesday 19th September 2017

LCD Soundsystem performs at the Barrowlands Ballroom

LCD Soundsystem performs at the Barrowlands Ballroom - Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom - Tuesday 19th September 2017

Jack Savoretti seen performing at Liverpool Echo Arena - Liverpool, United Kingdom - Sunday 17th September 2017

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The Hives perform live at Liseberg Amusement Park - Gothenburg, Sweden - Friday 15th September 2017

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Bestival 2017 - Lulworth, United Kingdom - Sunday 10th September 2017

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Bebe Rexha Performs Live At The Flamingo Go Pool Saturday - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Saturday 9th September...

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Little Dragon perform at Bestival 2017 - Lulworth, United Kingdom - Friday 8th September 2017

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Little Dragon perform at Bestival 2017 - Lulworth, United Kingdom - Friday 8th September 2017

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Alt-J performing live in concert at the O2 Academy - Bournemouth, United Kingdom - Wednesday 6th September 2017

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Tinie Tempah performs at Fusion Festival 2017 - Liverpool, United Kingdom - Saturday 2nd September 2017

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Tinie Tempah performs at Fusion Festival 2017 - Liverpool, United Kingdom - Saturday 2nd September 2017

Starley performs at Fusion Festival 2017 - Liverpool, United Kingdom - Saturday 2nd September 2017

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