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The Assist return with “Wonderful”

It is hard to not feel little more astronomical after listening to The Assist’s latest single “Wonderful.” Encompassing all the features of a great pop/rock band it is clear that the Walsall boys are onto something huge! The new single follows on from the success of debut EP ‘Trouble,’ widely seen as a breakthrough set […]

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Kasabian are back!

Kasabian are back and better then ever! Following the release of previous album ’48:13’ the Leicester band return with new single “You’re In Love With A Psycho.” Their comeback has been apparent since announcing headlining appearances at festival across Europe including Reading/Leeds and Benicassim. Having released dates for a swiftly approaching intimate UK tour, the […]

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“00:03:08 Queen’s English:” Sisteray’s best yet?

You may be familiar with the name Sisteray. Ever prominent in the London music scene, it is their mix of sound and politics which gives them incredible relevance. “00:03:08 Queen’s English,” released via Vallance Records on 7 April, is arguably their greatest work to date. The London based band are perhaps one of the most […]

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Single Review: Idles – “Mother”

Idles are everything that is fascinating about a modern day band: chaotic, intriguing and refreshingly straight to the point. Their latest single “Mother” epitomises their sound, a speedy yet interesting few minutes of beautiful chaos. “Mother” opens with a plethora of heavy bass and drum use mixed with violent lyricism. Incredibly relevant, Idles seem to thrive […]

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Single Review: The Dunts – “Astroboy”

Whilst you may not have yet heard of The Dunts, it is clear that the Scottish based band have phenomenal talent; their latest single “Astroboy” is synonymous of this. Having released debut demo EP “Fried” just last year, the intriguing indie band return with what is arguably their most impressive song to date. Recorded at […]

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Single Review: Lana Del Rey – “Love”

Lana Del Rey is perhaps on of the most popular female artists in the world, her return is not only well received but also a welcome saviour to the dreary popular music scene in which we currently exist within. “Love” comes as a result of mysterious pop up posters across Los Angeles which appeared over […]

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Single Review: Lighthouse – “Brown Bottle Flu / Loaded”

Emerging from London’s iconic and ever-growing indie music scene, Lighthouse’s latest double A side single release is a firm example of their strong sound and potential. “Brown Bottle Flu / Loaded” was recorded upon Lightship 95 in East London by Rory Attwell (The Vaccines/Peace.) Released via the upcoming Derelict Art Records, both singles are catchy and […]

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Single Review: Cosmo Pyke – “Chronic Sunshine”

Cosmo Pyke’s latest single “Chronic Sunshine” is an elegant example of his talented musical abilities. Having recently left world-famous BRIT School, the multi-instrumentalist from Peckham is slowly creating a promising musical career. Just last year Pyke supported Jaws upon a nationwide tour, and is soon to embark upon a tour of his own which culminates […]

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