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Interview: Drenge

Drenge, the oracular now-four-piece from Castleton first made their mark charting with their self titled debut in 2013, perhaps helped somewhat by the shout out from MP Tom Watson in his resignation letter to E...
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Photos: Gengahr at Gorilla, Manchester

It’s been a busy month of touring for Gengahr following the release of their second album ‘Where Wildness Grows’ and on Tuesday night they paid Manchester’s Gorilla a visit.  Opening the show with ‘Is This How...
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Live Review: Blaenavon at Leadmill, Sheffield

Over the last few years, Hampshire indie rock trio Blaenavon have made a name for themselves through a relentless touring and festival schedule, which led them to sign to Transgressive record label – whose curr...
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Photos: Wolf Alice at Apollo, Manchester

Kick-off is in the hands of Superfood, a group born from the inoffensive-indie goldrush of 2014.  They’ve rejigged just about everything since then, becoming a duo and warping their sound into something jittery...
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Photos: St. Vincent at Apollo, Manchester

Annie Clark has always enjoyed fucking with the formula. For the past decade she’s warped and evolved the persona of St. Vincent from indie troubadour into digital-punk, now landing on her most striking era wit...
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Photos: Wolf Alice at HMV Manchester

Fresh from releasing the astonishing Visions Of A Life and chart-battling with Shania Twain, Wolf Alice got back on the road for a handful of in-stores. A few hundred Mancunian fans jammed into the aisles at HM...