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Album Review: Pond – Tasmania

You can be forgiven for thinking Pond are just a side project from the monumental success of Tame Impala. Two of the current Pond line-up have at some time also been touring members of Tame Impala, and from 201...
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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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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: 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...
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Album Review: Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.

DAMN. is a thoughtful, honest and passionate exploration into Kendrick Lamar's mind. A collection of tracks that listen as if they were entries into a diary, Lamar’s fourth studio album is his most moving and p...
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Album Review: Sampha – Process

The mononymous Sampha Sisay has been somewhat of a musical pawn until now. Long-awaited - the aptly titled Process is here to prove that he can reign confidently as a solo artist. Emerging on the scene in 20...