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Temples

Temples? It's 1967, you're sitting on a bear skin rug higher than the Himalayas drinking mescal and dreaming the dawn into existence. Temples kinda sound...

Nóra

Yeah, sorry about this... it's another awesome band from Iceland, but I shouldn't be apologising. Nóra traces its roots back to a dark garage on the...

#NOISEBLEED10

Welcome to #Noisebleed10. Each week we'll be bringing you a big spew of new music as part the series, no blurb - just new...

Au.Ra

Originally hailing from Sydney, Au Ra is a newest project from duo Tom Crandles and Tim Jenkins. Sasha Carlson, now fronting Splashh used to be...

Big Black Delta – ‘Big Black Delta’ | Album Review

Words: J-P Storrow There’s something quite other worldly about Big Black Delta, which is just as well considering mastermind Jonathan Bates’ UFO obsession (also the...

Here Is Your Temple

Swedish quintet Here Is Your Temple are a marvellous splicing of marvellous things. The anthemic sub-orchestral drive of Arcade Fire or Team Me, the eerie innocence of  Beach House,...

Wild Arms – ‘Clear Eyes: Remixes’ | Stream Now

The Cascine Records cup overfloweth as the splendid Duncan Cooper, better known as Wildarms, drops three remixes to accompany his acclaimed 'Clear Eyes' EP. Acephale's...

King Of The Opera

Soothing on my tired ears, it's Italy's King Of The Opera. Their debut full-length 'Nothing Outstanding' is a multi-faceted journey, as an album should be,...

Waking Aida

Having recently moved from the English Riviera to Bristol, Waking Aida are set to release a limited edition AA-side on April 1st. Combining elements...

Tom Odell | Live Review

Having first performed in Bristol last November when he supported Jake Bugg, Tom Odell returned to the Thekla on Friday as the headline act...

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