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If you’ve ever sat at home, binge watching crime documentaries on Netflix and wondering if it’s healthy to spend so much time in the company of psychopaths, know that you’re not alone. South London band Childcare have a thing about cults, and the obsession has infiltrated their debut Wabi Sabi. The album is based on […]

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Hailing from Seattle, La Fille (pronounced “la-fee”) is the four-piece project of Jay Louis. Louis is a Seattle transplant, having uprooted from his home state of New Jersey a few years ago. His move is a dominant theme in the band’s debut 2019 album release, Alright Already.  Independently released, the album reads like a book, […]

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Pinky Pinky have avoided every possible pitfall on their debut album Turkey Dinner. The three Los Angeles-based musicians channel a wide swath of influences to create charming rock’n’roll that doesn’t take itself too seriously. The album harks back to a time when we didn’t know too much about musicians themselves; the music was the glue […]

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Sounds from a bedroom… or at least, that’s how this music was originally manifested. Heavy Heart started in a tiny flat in South East London, but they’ve become so much more. Lush and dewy yet heavy and atmospheric, the band is ethereal and explores the melancholy elements of indie pop. The band recently released their […]

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Plastic Mermaids have performed a magic trick. In one odd, meandering album, they’ve turned the epic into something very intimate. Only through the enchanted vision of this Isle of Wight 5-piece could a jug of milk tip into regret and love, or a computer screen flicker with stars taken straight from the night sky. Suddenly […]

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Middle Kids waste no time on warm-ups. New Songs For Old Problems erupts with a blaring round of guitar chords, fired out with enough energy to knock you backwards. In a 6 track mini-album that cuts straight to the point, Australian trio Middle Kids take the listener on a spin through the streets of dawning […]

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Written during a self-imposed exile to Cumbria, the lonely, rural environment of the Lakes District informs Cate Le Bon’s brilliantly crafted new album, Reward. Even the electronic instruments that ebb and flow around her voice take on a pastoral vibe and lead you into a deeply textured world that stirs a yearning for personal solitude. […]

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Honeyblood’s third album, In Plain Sight, shows some hints of being a very good record indeed, but falls far short of realising its potential. Whether we come to view it as an unsuccessful experiment, a crucial stepping stone towards a more fully-realised sound, or a sign that the project has run its course we’ll only […]

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Most experienced fans attended an inner city music festival expect to spend a lot of time racing from one location to another. Or not, depending on how motivated they are to see the next act. Dot to Dot Bristol 2019 has made the experience a lot easier by limiting this year’s activity to one square […]

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Releasing a live album is dangerous territory for any musician. There are many potential outcomes, but three standout: something that reworks existing songs into gorgeous, emotional renditions that are particular to the day; something that really doesn’t; and something that somewhat mundanely sits between the two. Where a recording falls tends to depend on the […]

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