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Festival Preview: 2000trees

It’s safe to say that the wealth of festivals the UK has to offer can be a little overwhelming. Do you (providing you get your hands on a ticket) blow all of...

Music

Review: ZABA – Glass Animals

As one of the first acts signed to Paul Epworth’s Wolf Tone label, the excitement around Oxford quartet Glass Animals has been gradually building over the...

Music

Review: Thumpers – Galore

Introducing Thumpers and their debut album ‘Galore’. Released via their own label, the band have shot themselves into the ether of hype...

Music

Interview: CHVRCHES

Tucked into the Union’s cluttered backstage area with an unassuming air, you would never guess that the synthpop trio were in the middle of their...

Music

Feature: Going It Alone

In the light of Independent Venue Week, Hannah Embleton-Smith finds out from industry insiders how Cardiff fares with small-time success in ‘Going It...

Music

Review: Eagulls – Eagulls

The Leeds-based five-piece will drop their self-titled LP on March 3rd, but is it more eagle or seagull? Perhaps someone has already come up with that, but...

Music

Interview: Sivu

Ed Watson sits down with James Page, the man behind hotly-tipped singer-songwriter Sivu.

Your pseudonym ‘Sivu’ is a Finnish translation of your actual...

Features

Blurred Lines

 
Blurred Lines:  the best-selling single of 2013, number one in fourteen countries and the fastest selling song in digital history. Why then has a...

Music

Interview: Childhood

Your music has been described as ‘The Stone Roses flapping at Echo and the Bunnymen’s long coats and mussing Robert Smith’s hair’. How close in general...

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