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Album Review: Bloc Party – Hymns

If there was a perfect example of a band who have really stripped back the layers to reveal a core of vast emotion, then this is it. A reconstruction within their ranks, with the acquisitions of drummer Lou...
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Album Review: Coasts – Coasts

Coasts have been on the edge of the musical sphere for a while, dipping their toe into the water but never actually taking the leap. The time for the release of their self-titled debut album has arrived though,...
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Album Review: Daughter – Not To Disappear

After huge commercial success with their 2013 If You Leave, Daughter’s new release Not to Disappear is something that has been eagerly anticipated by fans of the trio. The first thing to say is that this alb...

Album Review: Hinds – Leave Me Alone

With Leave Me Alone, Hinds offer up the first record of 2016, and something warm in the depths of winter. The Madrid natives began as a duo a few years back, bringing out a number of demos before expanding thei...
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EP Review: Formation – Under The Tracks

Having released their debut EP ‘Young Ones’ earlier this year, London based five-piece, Formation, formed by twin brothers Will and Matt Ritson, have been causing a stir in the music world of late; with their...