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Album Review: Superfood – Bambino

As summer fades, the return of Superfood with album number two, Bambino, dishes out a hearty burst of flavour to illuminate the upcoming colder months. A few years on since their debut record, this time around ...
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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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Album Review: Mura Masa – Mura Masa

Mura Masa’s debut has been a long time coming. With hits flying out of his factory, Alex Crossan is no stranger to collaborations that create a whirlwind of electronically-infused beats combined with pop melodi...
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Album Review: Alt-J – Relaxer

Emerging in 2007 as a group of lads from Leeds, famously named after the mac keyboard shortcut, Alt-J graced our presence with their debut Mercury and Ivor Novello Award-winning ‘An Awesome Wave’ back in 2012. ...
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Album Review: The Amazons – The Amazons

Reading boys The Amazons have been stirring up a lot of attention recently. Being shortlisted for the BBC’s Sound of 2017 poll and receiving a nomination for Q’s Best Breakthrough Act has stood them in good ste...