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Wet - Still Run
fit into the 90s R&B, alternative and lo-fi dream pop categories without remaining in any of them.
Mikaela Davis – Delivery
There’s a spectacular blend of genres on ‘Delivery’.
Dirty Projectors - Lamp Lit Prose
Their ninth full-length offers up an optimistic look to the future of the group.
Years & Years – Palo Santo
A one-take greatest hits in waiting.
Bodega – Endless Scroll
Determined not to sit still,
hit the ground running on their energetic debut.
Let’s Eat Grandma – I’m All Ears
A world of youthful exuberance, glorious, carefree fun and pop brilliance.
Nine Inch Nails - Bad Witch
Be warned; there are no bangers here.
Gang Gang Dance - Kazuashita
It’s nice to welcome these sonic explorers back.
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King Nun - Chinese Medicine
Black Honey - I Only Hurt The Ones I Love
Pale Waves - Noises
Slaves - Cut and Run
HMLTD – Pictures of You
The Rhythm Method - Chin Up
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Francobollo, Bad Nerves and Valeras bring it home on week two of Etc. 2018
Who needs football when you've got bangers, eh? Yeah. We know.
Barn on the Farm is one of the festival season's best kept secrets
The festival has the feel of an intimate village fete, with some of the hottest British bands.
Arctic Monkeys leave the crowd wanting more at TRNSMT
Blossoms, Declan McKenna and The Magic Gang are also in attendance.
Liam Gallagher brings out the hits at TRNSMT
Wolf Alice, The Snuts and The Sherlocks are also on today's bill.
Charli XCX brings the future to London’s Village Underground
Death Cab For Cutie playing London's Royal Festival Hall couldn't be more special
A powerful reminder of the band's importance, and a sizzling taste of what's to come.
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