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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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Live Review: Shame – Camden Electric Ballroom

Listen to Shame’s debut album and it’s clear their music’s important in 2018. Packed with tongue-in-cheek everyday protest songs of anthem proportions, their roots lie in The Clash, Palma Violets and Slaves. Li...
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Album Review: Tom Misch – ‘Geography’

Geography should be a culmination of all of Tom Misch's impressive work up until this point; his growth from a teenager making boom-bap beats in his bedroom to full blown artist embarking on his own headline to...
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Live Review: Superorganism at The Jazz Cafe

It was only last October when Superorganism played their first ever London gig. Back then when they stepped out for their second ever live show, front woman Orono, a tiny 17-year-old Japanese student, barely mu...
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Live Review: Spector at Omeara, London

It’s tricky to tell where the stakes are set for Spector’s Omeara ‘homecoming’ show. On the one hand the gig sold out in just a handful of days, the band’s loyal following clearly on the ball; on the other, it’...
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Live Review: Bad Sounds at Scala, London

When Bath brothers Bad Sounds spoke to Annie Mac on Radio 1 earlier this month she said it was "impossible not to get hooked in" by their live show. A strong claim for a group still doing their first few rounds...
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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...