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White Room release “Take Me Away”

White Room are fun, groovy and trendy. Think of a modern hybrid between Blossoms and Pulp. With their elegant sound growing with every release, new single “Take Me Away” epitomises their amazingly unique talents. The Brighton formed band are rapidly making themselves heard throughout the industry, previous releases such as “Stole The I.V.” and “Freaking […]

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Review: Kasabian – For Crying Out Loud

Name: ‘For Crying Out Loud’ Artist: Kasabian Rating: ★★★★ Chart music has been all but hijacked by drab pop, rap and electronic music. Whilst some anomalies in such genres appear, music is generally tailored to mass commercialism. Kasabian’s sixth studio album ‘For Crying Out Loud’ is a heavenly escape from all that. Once again, guitar music […]

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“Sister:” Carl Barat & The Jackals 2.0

It is clear that the Jackals are far more than a spin off, part time version of The Libertines. A merging of different influences makes them entirely unique, this is incredibly obvious in latest single “Sister.” Chosen as this weeks Radio X/This Feeling track of the week, it boasts all the qualities of a fun and […]

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“Birds And The Beez:” The Dunts’ Best Yet?

Following the release of hotly tipped single “Astroboy,” The Dunts spent much of the last few months in the studio. Here is the result: the wonderfully chaotic “Birds And The Beez.” Opening with a heavy clash of guitar and bass, the new single wouldn’t sound out of place in the largest of indie club nights. […]

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London Gig Guide: May 8th-15th

Cover Image: Somewhere in Elephant & Castle, recognise this from our logo? London is a metropolis of culture, its music scene is entirely relevant and constantly growing. Our weekly gig guide aims to bring a list of featured events happening across town over the coming week (08/05). Additionally, weekly rotating cover images will aim to present […]

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London Gig Guide: May 1st-7th

Cover Image: Radiohead rumours? Or perhaps more political discontent? London is a metropolis of culture, its music scene is entirely relevant and constantly growing. Our weekly gig guide aims to bring a list of featured events happening across town over the coming week (01/05). Additionally, weekly rotating cover images will aim to present a unique […]

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Sisteray release “Queen’s English” video

As you can tell by now, we’re pretty huge fans of London rockers Sisteray. Their music is relevant and unique and entirely necessary. This is established in their latest single “Queen’s English” for which the video is released this week. Taken from their latest EP project ’15 Minutes,’ this video is shot throughout much of […]

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Blondie release new single “Long Time”

Blondie: perennially cool and ever consistent in rolling out the highest calibre of fun, effortless guitar music. From their eponymous debut album and continually throughout their career, Blondie redefined the way music is enjoyed. Debbie Harry fronts the post punk band who’s name has in turn, become eponymous with the movement and defied the largely […]

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Plastic People debut with “Never Let Me Know”

Until now, Plastic People have been somewhat of a mystery entity with a reputation for ferocious live shows. However, the release of “Never Let Me Know” represents their first studio release, a true sign of their unique talent. The duo themselves have suggested that debut single release has been “a long time coming.” Founded in […]

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Habitats release new single ‘Clubhouse’

Embarking upon trend set through their first two EP’s, Habitats return with tropically chaotic new single ‘Clubhouse.’ The Basingstoke band have been touring for numerous years, with headline shows across London and beyond. Their debut EP release ‘Diamond Days EP’ features many well loved songs including ‘Diamond Days’ and ‘Piece of Mind,’ both of which […]

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