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Album Review: Cloud Castle Lake – Malingerer

After releasing the Dandelion EP and Glacier single over the past few years, Cloud Castle Lake have introduced themselves as one of the most exciting young bands around. Both releases are impressive, with track...
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Album Review: Tom Misch – ‘Geography’

Geography should be a culmination of all of Tom Misch's impressive work up until this point; his growth from a teenager making boom-bap beats in his bedroom to full blown artist embarking on his own headline to...
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Album Review: Arcade Fire – Everything Now

Arcade Fire’s lack of subtlety is paradoxically one of the most appealing things about them. There are precious few bands today who can balance musical artistry with grandiose appeals to unity and earnest emoti...
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Album Review: Tyler, the Creator – Flower Boy

Tyler the Creator is a bit of an enigma. Maybe its due to him being almost as renowned for his image and tweets, which are often vile and hysterical in equal measure yet give little away about the person beneat...
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Listen: Flyte – Echoes

After supporting acts such as Bombay Bicycle Club and MS MR several years back, Flyte looked destined for success. Yet since catchy indie rock singles ‘Light Me Up’ and ‘Please Eloise’ received decent radio air...
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EP Review: David Bowie – No Plan

Never has there been an artist who appraised the spectre of their own death and decided to turn it into one of the most impactful and grandiose artistic statements of their time. With Bowie’s final album Blacks...