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Live Review: Ought at The Bullingdon, Oxford

Most post-punk bands on a transatlantic tour set their sights on the turbulent bowels of major cities across the UK. London, Manchester, Birmingham perhaps. Oxford though is not a town that springs to mind. Yet...
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Live Review: Shame at The Leadmill, Sheffield

Sweat soaked, stormy and sarky as ever. Shame's return to The Leadmill was everything you would expect, and then some. Their absence from Sheffield has been a short one. The South Londoners' last visited the St...
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Live Review – Snail Mail at YES Manchester

After the release of debut album Lush last June, Snail Mail embarked on a worldwide tour. And last Wednesday front-woman Lindsey Jordan and the band found themselves this side of the pond in a small pink room i...
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Live Review: The Amazons at Leeds Brudenell Club

For a heavy guitar band who once spontaneously set their tour bus alight, playing their first Leeds headline show at a 400-capacity venue was never going to be a dim affair. The show was a one-off special fundr...
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Album Review: DMAs – For Now

For followers of Sydney outfit DMAs, April 27th unveils the latest in the bands story. Not only are the trio commencing their UK tour in Nottingham but the date also marks the release of their highly anticipate...
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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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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...