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Live Review: Blossoms at The Leadmill, Sheffield

Displaying buckets of confidence and Mancunian spirit to an eager crowd at The Leadmill, it is clear that Blossoms have bloomed into big-league indie performers. Not the kind to make a small entrance, the fi...

Album Review: AlunaGeorge – I Remember

The winning formula of Aluna Francis’ sugary sweet vocals and George Reid’s chic and minimal production rocketed the duo into commercial success three years ago, but sometimes the pair rely on this formula ...

Album Review: Bastille – Wild World

Film dialogue from ‘Weird Science’, a reference to ‘In Cold Blood’ and a little dig at Donald Trump, Bastille’s cinematic-themed second album certainly puts on a show. Commencing on a high; lead single ‘Good Gr...

Album Review: Izzy Bizu – A Moment of Madness

Thrust into the spotlight after being shortlisted for the 2016 BBC Critic’s choice award; the vibrant Izzy Bizu must have been a moment of sanity for the award which celebrates the beigest of beige pop artists....

Best of 3: Songs This Week July V

Our tracks this week are pretty huge numbers, covering off-kilter pop, gearing up for albums and general bangers. Glass Animals - Youth Glass Animals’ second studio album How to be a Human Being is shapin...

Live Review: Eliza And The Bear at Plug, Sheffield

Eliza And The Bear are not the most famous up and coming indie band, but the fan base they have accumulated have proven to be extremely loyal. The London five-piece plan to drop their self-titled debut album in...

Live Review: Villagers at Sheffield Leadmill

Despite having recently toured last April’s Darling Arithmetic Villagers are back on the road in support of their latest release Where Have You Been All My Life?, featuring re-recorded tracks. The Irish five-...