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17 Sep 2014
Review | Bestival

Review | Bestival

Bestival is a strange beast. With a line-up that lurches wildly from hardcore dance to woozy underground guitar-pop, it’s not sure whether to be a Shoreditch dive bar, a hippy (…)

15 Sep 2014
Review | Heidemann

Review | Heidemann

Heidemann, Orphan EP, Self-Released A quick Google of the words ‘Heidemann’ and ‘singer’ leaves you with information and images of a talented and striking vocalist. It is important to note, however, (…)

12 Sep 2014
Review | Cold Specks

Review | Cold Specks

Cold Specks, Neuroplasticity, Mute The title for Canadian-born/UK-based Al Spx’s sophomore release makes reference to the brain’s ability to learn new things and form new neural connections; the perfect title (…)

10 Sep 2014
Review | Murder for Girls

Review | Murder for Girls

Murder for Girls, Murder for Girls EP, Self-release Made up of veterans from the Pittsburgh scene, Murder for Girls are a new four piece offering a consummate selection of lo-fi (…)

10 Sep 2014
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Interview | Rubblebucket

Sprawling Brooklyn indie band Rubblebucket (at times spanning 8 members) have been lurking beneath the mass music consciousness since 2008, when they self-released debut album ‘Rose’s Dream’ – so well (…)

10 Sep 2014
Review | Mirel Wagner

Review | Mirel Wagner

Mirel Wagner, When The Cellar Children See The Light Of Day, Sub Pop Finnish artist Mirel Wagner’s self-titled debut album exposed a musical world peppered with ruminations of death, hushed vocals and minimalist (…)

5 Sep 2014
Review | Banks

Review | Banks

Banks, Goddess, Good Years Bristol: the nurturer of trip-hop. Originated in the early 1990′s, the genre rose from the ashes of acid-house taking its tantalizing trance and peaks of psychedelia to construct a fresher sound (…)

1 Sep 2014
Interview | The Space Lady

Interview | The Space Lady

The year 2000 arrived in a haze of expensive fireworks clouded over by the Millennium Bug, and ended with The Spice Girls strutting their separate ways towards the horizon. Inspired (…)

29 Aug 2014
Review | Global Gathering

Review | Global Gathering

FRIDAY Global Gathering,  spread over 2 days and 9 stages, hosts over 50,000 die-hard, dance music fans. At the train station, tent over shoulder, we stand not knowing what to (…)

28 Aug 2014
Review | Green Man Festival

Review | Green Man Festival

Image credit: Dom Moore There’s something truly hilarious about non-Welsh people trying to pronounce the ‘Croeso i Cymru’ sign that greets us as we cross the Severn bridge and bid farewell (…)

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