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Quench Music’s Albums of 2014

 
From FKA twigs to Bombay Bicycle Club and Death From Above 1979 to Caribou, Quench Music round up the records that made 2014 
Death From Above 1979 –...

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Feature: The Spotify Debate

 
We weigh in on the Spotify debate; was Taylor right to take her music away from the world’s largest music streaming service?
Country star turned pop...

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new/newydd – December

The best new and upcoming artists to look out for this month…

PALMISTRY
There’s something incredibly appealing about PC music and PALMISTRY has got...

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Interview: Years & Years

Ahead of their support slot in Cardiff’s Great Hall, Rachel Cunliffe and Louis Browne caught up with Olly and Emre from Years & Years to discuss...

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Review: Simple Things – 25/10/14

We review Bristol’s premier electronic and alternative music festival, Simple Things…
How To Dress Well – Colston Hall 1
The Colston Hall has an...

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Review: DimSwn

Credit: LCN Photography
We review Cardiff’s premier music festival, DimSwn…
Seazoo – Clwb Ifor Bach
On entering the downstairs of Clwb Ifor...

Music

Interview: Turbowolf

Charlie Mock chats to Turbowolf pre-Simple Things Festival…
You’ve been working on album two over the last few months – how’s it all...

Music

Interview: Ella Eyre

Lucy Woodham catches up with Ella Eyre ahead of her first solo UK tour 
She’s known for being the voice behind tracks with Rudimental, Bastille and Naughty...

Music

new/newydd – October

The best new and upcoming artists to look out for this month…

Ryn Weaver
‘It’s not what you know, it’s who you know’ isn’t always the best...

Music

Review: Twin Atlantic – Great Divide

Twin Atlantic impressed with their cracking debut full length, ‘Free’.  Since then, the amount of interest focused on their follow up has increased with...

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Review: FKA twigs – LP1

FKA twigs’ debut album ‘LP-1’ is not as humble as the title would suggest. Tahliah Barnett let’s her music do the talking without need of a fancy...

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Review: Plaids – Plaids

With little time left to wait for Plaids’ self-titled debut album, punk fans may now rejoice. Unlike their scuzzy low-fi contemporaries in the DIY scene...

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