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Live Review: Bruno Major at Omeara, London

Over the past year, Bruno Major undertook the audacious task of writing and releasing one song every month into the ether of the world wide web. In conjunction with each new moon of every month, these songs col...
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Album Review: Morrissey – Low In High School

Low in High School gets off to a promising start with tracks about love, loneliness and lost dreams. It then goes downhill very quickly with misplaced politics, clunky wordplay and embarrassing sex references. ...
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Album Review: Paloma Faith – Architect

As the only British female artist, excluding Adele, to have her last three albums all go double platinum in the UK, theatrical London lass Paloma Faith has raised the expectations for her latest record, The Arc...
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Live Review: Low Island at Corsica Studios

It was little over a year ago when Oxford four-piece Low Island got together. Already a couple of EPs down, with support from BBC Introducing and Reading and Leeds Festival, they’re ready to headline not one bu...
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Live Review: Mura Masa at O2 Brixton Academy

As far as features go, few can boast the wealth of talent on Mura Masa's self-titled debut album. The teen, whose music once lived between his bedroom and Soundcloud, has now become one of the hottest producers...