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Live Review: Ezra Furman at Lexington, London

It takes guts to start a show at 8.45pm without support, but that's exactly what Ezra Furman chooses to do, setting a precedent for brave choice after brave choice. A night with Furman is always a journey but a...
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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’...

Live Review: Jagwar Ma at Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

The Brudenell Social Club might have seemed like a bit of an odd setting to see Jagwar Ma in at first glance (there’s something of a living room-esque feel about the place) but by the end of the night it feels ...

Album Review: Jagwar Ma – Every Now And Then

When Jagwar Ma stormed onto the scene with the infectious Howlin three years ago, it was hailed as a triumph. It’s safe to say that for album number two, things have mellowed slightly - even down to the muggy g...
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Live Review: Oscar at Oporto, Leeds

Oscar’s breed of infectious indie pop proved the perfect antidote to the impending autumn at the Leeds stop on his latest tour. The ever impressive, always exciting Girli is on support duty. For any who have...

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...