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22 Aug 2014
Feature | Connie Converse: Fortune’s Child to Roving Woman

Feature | Connie Converse: Fortune’s Child to Roving Woman

“A lady never should habituate saloons, and that is where I find myself on many afternoons. But just as I begin to blow away the foam, someone tips his hat (…)

22 Aug 2014
New Music | Syron

New Music | Syron

Channeling the same pop hedonism as Bad Girl Riri but against backdrop of beats straight from the decks of electro troupe Major Lazer, BRIT school graduate Syron is South London’s freshest new sound.  Rumbles of (…)

20 Aug 2014
Interview | The Raveonettes

Interview | The Raveonettes

If you ever want to hear a music critic operating at Peak Pretension, ask them what genre The Raveonettes fall into. The band has been associated with every hybrid imaginable, (…)

13 Aug 2014
New Music | Samaris

New Music | Samaris

Weaving stuttering beats alongside discordant clarinet spurts and 19th century poetry, get up close and personal with Samaris: Iceland’s most seductive new export. 

11 Aug 2014
Review | FKA Twigs

Review | FKA Twigs

FKA Twigs, LP1, Young Turks Whether or not you choose to believe the hype, FKA Twigs’ debut album has been one of the most anticipated records of 2014. Those of you already familiar with the (…)

8 Aug 2014
Review | Jessie Ware

Review | Jessie Ware

Jessie Ware, ‘Tough Love’, PMR Records There is an almost effortless aura which cocoons soulful songstress Jessie Ware. The Londoner, who released her sophisticated debut Devotion in 2012 has primly (…)

8 Aug 2014
New Music | Birdeatsbaby

New Music | Birdeatsbaby

Merging the ghoulish tinkering of Dresden Dolls and the eerie nature of a noir horror, Brighton’s Birdeatsbaby are stepping out with dark theatrics and a loyal flock in tow. Formed (…)

7 Aug 2014
Review | Latitude Festival

Review | Latitude Festival

There’s a reason why they call Latitude the mother of all arts festivals. Firstly, there’s that line-up to contend with – if you’re not rubbing shoulders with self-styled queen of punk (…)

6 Aug 2014
Review | Robyn and Röyksopp

Review | Robyn and Röyksopp

Robyn & Röyksopp, Do It Again EP, Cherrytree Records Hit single ‘The Girl And The Robot’ (2009) marked the last time Swedish electro-pop icon Robyn and Norwegian duo Röyksopp collaborated, but at long (…)

4 Aug 2014
Review | Sylvan Esso

Review | Sylvan Esso

Sylvan Esso, ‘Hey Mami’, Partisan Records ‘Hey Mami’ is the latest offering from Sylvan Esso’s excellent self-titled debut album. The song begins with the bustling sounds of a city street as looping chants build up over a simple hand-clap. (…)

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