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Rock City, Nottingham (11/1/19)
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  As 2018 draws to a close, we reflect on what has been a great year for Sync specifically, and the music we love in general. We’ve covered more live shows than ever before thanks to our ridiculously talented team of photographers and reviewers, plus our site traffic has ballooned in a way we would …
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We really can’t get enough of Bristol band Swimming Girls. Their special blend of shoegaze, dream-pop and retro indie-pop creates the most wonderfully atmospheric sound, and the quite brilliant Back of Your Car epitomises just what they’re capable of. The dark-yet-dreamy vocals of Vanessa Gimenez provide the icing on the cake of an intricately arranged …
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One of the biggest musical influences on our year has been South London foursome Childcare, whose quirky alt-pop feels fresh-yet-familiar all at the same time. Ahead of the imminent release of their debut album in early 2019, we salute what was for us one of their big highlights from the past year – the unparalleled …
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Several of Azusena‘s previous tracks have cemented a permanent place in our affections. The Liverpool-based British-American singer-songwriter has beguiled us in the past with hypnotic tunes such as Crosby, Better, and Shiva. Atmospheric and ethereal, this is an absolutely stand-out song. From the very first listen, In The Water sounded like a big leap for …
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One of the many privileges of working on a site like Sync. is the chance to closely follow the evolution of bands that we might have first seen and heard at the very early stages. Just like fellow Brighton band Fickle Friends, we’ve charted the progress of Yonaka from their very beginnings, drawn right from …
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One of our favourite new bands to emerge during 2018 was Sun Silva, a very fine four-piece whose accomplished songwriting and live performance belies their newcomer status. They’ve spent the best part of a couple of years fine-tuning their sound and it has been time very well spent. Debut tune Blue Light has earned them well-deserved plaudits …
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