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whenyoung - Given Up
Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers - Bought To Rot
A record that is as humorous as it is heartbreaking and as quirky as it is bitterly real.
J Mascis - Elastic Days
An album to get you through the lowest of days and longest of nights.
The Prodigy - No Tourists
A series of big beats in search of a big hook.
Laura Gibson - Goners
Laura Gibson’s sixth album ‘Goners’ is delivered with stately confidence.
Paul Smith - Diagrams
Paul Smith’s ability to create enthralling stories should never go unnoticed.
Kagoule - Strange Entertainment
These three years have pushed Kagoule further into the realms of experimentation.
Julia Holter - Aviary
‘Aviary’ is an album worth getting to know.
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The Vaccines - All My Friends Are Falling In Love
These New Puritans - Into The Fire
The Candescents - Drink To Paradise
Sundara Karma - One Last Night On This Earth
The 1975 - It's Not Living (If It's Not With You)
Friendly Fires - Heaven Let Me In
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Sigrid taking on Brixton Academy is both a celebration, and a point towards the future
There really is no stopping the rise of the next worldwide pop sensation.
Black Honey make London's Electric Ballroom their playground
The band are celebrating the release of their self-titled debut album
alt-J put on a magical, panoramic show at London's Royal Albert Hall
It's an evening full of warmth and artistic flair.
2018 sees Cardiff’s Swn Festival reach new heights
Feat. Dream Wife, Boy Azooga, Gwenno and more.
All Years Leaving offers up good music and a good time
2018's event hosted
Doe, Menace Beach, Dream Wife
There are no half-measures as Idles take on The Forum in London
Every moment comes from the gut, an unvarnished portrayal of life in 2018.
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