Not a lot has changed for Summer Camp, their sickly sweet demeanour continues to prevail with 'Bad Love'.
What we have with 'Inji' is the result of many encountered influences, all set to what he calls his 'futurist sonic mosaic.
You'd have been a fool to think that The Libertines would let their third album arrive without some spontaneous and ramshackle happenings.
When she realised her debut album 'Before We Forgot How to Dream,' it was clear SOAK was special.
Five years ago, Laura Kidd — a.k.a. She Makes War — released her debut album. 'Disarm' was a cinematic, melancholic masterpiece that saw her...
Who's 'gone country'? Who sounds like the cookie monster? Find out in this weeks roundup
New year, new music. Or something.
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Vuvuvultures are said to teeter between two worlds, ultimately sounding like the most glorious pop song pushed into a dark and bottomless abyss. Their debut...
To help suppress those Glastonbury blues, many non-attendees of the festival could be found down at The Fleece this past Sunday night to see New York’s The Pains of Being Pure at Heart.