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The VLM Podcast with Easy Life

Recently announced to be headlining the BBC Introducing Stage at Glastonbury and sandwiched in between two trips to America for SXSW and Coachella, Josh Shreeve catches up with Leicester band Easy Life before t...
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The VLM Podcast with: APRE

Josh Shreeve heads to Heaven in London to delve into the world of London duo APRE. It's one filled with anecdotes about chess, skipping ropes and superb David Attenborough impressions. The more serious side of ...
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The VLM Podcast with Valeras

Josh Shreeve chats with Reading band Valeras before their headline show at Thousand Island in London. The alt-rock band have been cutting their teeth for a while now and their coming of age hasn't gone unnotice...
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The VLM Podcast with Millie Turner

The VLM podcast returns for 2019 with up close and personal conversations with our favourite new artists! This one is all about Millie Turner whose name is on the lips of many music tastemakers this year. She's...
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The VLM’s Eyes On 2019

2019. It feels cliche to say "this is going to be a big year for music", but I firmly believe this will be the biggest we've had in a few years. After 2018, where The Greatest Showman and Baby Shark clung to th...
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Live Review: Shame – Camden Electric Ballroom

Listen to Shame’s debut album and it’s clear their music’s important in 2018. Packed with tongue-in-cheek everyday protest songs of anthem proportions, their roots lie in The Clash, Palma Violets and Slaves. Li...
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Listen: The VLM March ’18 Playlist

We've got a playlist for you that's cooler than the Beast from the East itself and packed with the freshest tunes. Updated weekly throughout the month so you can get your fix of new music. Listen below and why ...
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Live Review: Superorganism at The Jazz Cafe

It was only last October when Superorganism played their first ever London gig. Back then when they stepped out for their second ever live show, front woman Orono, a tiny 17-year-old Japanese student, barely mu...