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Twenty One Pilots, Circa Waves, Karen O & Danger Mouse
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Lucy Rose - No Words Left
Heartbreaking, gentle melodies that hurt as much as they heal.
Ibibio Sound Machine - Doko Mien
Sharper, brighter and filled with glorious horns.
These New Puritans - Inside The Rose
Direct and uncompromising, but full of possibility.
Crows - Silver Tongues
have delivered on every promise and sweaty gig.
Anteros - When We Land
A record so bold and confident that it sees them kick the door in, stride in and stare you right in the eyes.
Karen O & Danger Mouse - Lux Prima
It feels like both heading off into uncharted territory.
CHAI - PUNK
It’s chaotic, it’s noisy, it’s brilliant.
Stephen Malkmus - Groove Denied
It feels like Malkmus is stuck between stations.
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Sundara Karma - Little Smart Houses
Foals - On The Luna
Sports Team - M5
Vampire Weekend - Harmony Hall
Foals - Exits
whenyoung - Never Let Go
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Billie Eilish proves why she's a force to believe in at Shepherd's Bush Empire
You Should See Her In A Crown
Foals are a knockout in the underground confines of EartH Hackney
Both effortlessly mesmeric and bulldozing in equal measure, the night is theirs.
At Brixton Academy in London, Maggie Rogers has the crowd in the palm of her hand
This is Maggie’s stage now.
At a packed-out London's Brixton Academy, Bastille gear up for a mammoth year
Bastille aren’t like any other band.
The 1975's live show needs to be seen to be believed, but it's not all about spectacle
As the hottest band on the planet hit London's O2, there's much, much more to them than flashy lights and clever tricks.
Bring Me The Horizon are ready to take the next step at Ally Pally
The big band are set to get bigger
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