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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: Laura Marling – Semper Femina

“Varium et mutabile semper femina,” wrote Virgil: “Woman is always fickle and changeable”. Laura Marling’s sixth studio album takes its title from this classic quotation, but turns it on its head in a stylish, ...
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Album Review: VANT – DUMB BLOOD

Signing to Parlophone Records just one year after forming, indie rockers VANT – who describe themselves as “citizens of planet Earth” – will release DUMB BLOOD at what feels like a fitting time. The four-pie...
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Album Review: Honeyblood – Babes Never Die

Honeyblood bring a unique blend of fuzz-driven grunge and catchy melodies in their highly anticipated second album Babes Never Die. The two piece grunge-pop band based in Glasgow first made an impact back in 2...
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Album Review: Bon Iver – 22, A Million

Following on from a three-year hiatus, everyone’s preferred indie folk band Bon Iver have been rebirthed, and bring with them their third album, 22, A Million. With hard-to-decipher track names and founder ...
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Album Review: Warpaint – Heads Up

The most striking thing about Warpaint’s latest offering Heads Up is its confidence - both in the music itself and its lyrics. Having firmly established themselves as masters of guitar and harmony-driven et...