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Meet: The Coral’s James Skelly takes us through the inspirations for the new album ‘Coral Island’, the magic of memories, and how The Coral are the Robbie Fowler of the music industry.

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Feature: 2019 Favourites

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Features: Two Views, Radiohead & Super Furry Animals

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Musically vibrant with layers of driving arpeggiators and intense high-hat beats, Ada Aik showcases experimental-pop splendour on her new single ‘Garage’. Sitting between the likes of Grimes and Poliça, new single’s freedom with layers of atmospherics and blending synth melodies give the track both an exciting, energetic edge while massive reverb soaked atmospherics bring a …

Eliza and the Delusionals

Eliza and the Delusionals emerge from the Covid pandemic with an album that draws on the best of the 90s and early 2000s and delivers a rocking punch that leaves you reeling with delight.

Soulful and funking, the bopping new single from Donovan Keith is a resurgence of the funk-laden guitar lines and sax riffs that have made a resurgence love the last few years. Full of upbeat joy, the track is music comparable to ‘Let’s Dance’ era of Bowie with a smattering of Earth Wind and Fire for …

Capturing an essence of Lana Del Rey’s ‘Ultraviolence’, Freya Beer’s new single ‘Love Child’ drips with ultra-cool vibes as reverb drenched guitar lines create a dark, glam-rock backdrop for Freya’s sharp, effortlessly alluring vocal delivery. Accompanied by an equally entrancing video, the single’s sense of drama and swagger is multiplied – a stunningly slick visual …

Released in 1971 on French label BYG Actuel, Gong’s second album resurfaced on Virgin Records in 1974 at the special price of 59p, by which time the teapot was in full flight with the Radio Gnome trilogy. Even back then, Daevid Allen’s mythology was close to fully formed. The photo on the back sleeve shows …

Norwegian arstist Susanna (aka Susanna Wallumrød), has always pushed boundaries, searched for different angles and combined different aspects of art into her work. Thats seen her interpret poetry and art, as well as give a fresh take on songs; her take on Purcell’s early English Opera aria ’When I am laid (in Earth) still sends …

Out today is the new, sixth, album from Jason Moore, aka Raw Poetic. The nephew of legendary jazz saxophonist Archie Shepp, and with both parents members of the original Black Panther movement, Moore has impeccable hip-hop credentials, and he’s once again roped in long time collaborator Earl Davis aka Damu the Fudgemunk, alongside guests Pat …

By 2000, by the time Y2K anxiety had dissipated and, before the events of 9/11 cast a pall everywhere, post grunge was solidifying its place in the world and the vestiges of Britpop were bouncing along in ever decreasing circles. The Australian indie scene towards the end of the previous decade was mostly typified either …

This being the week of International Women’s Day, we managed to get an exclusive playlist from Manchester singer Mica Millar – formally of Red Sky Noise, who’s picked us a playlist of powerful songs from powerful women to celebrate. Her own single Girl came out on the day, and was inspired by the stories shared …

Out today is the new album from Blood Red Shoes; Ghosts on Tape, and we’re delighted that Steven Ansell and Laura Mary Carter who make up the duo have given us an insight into each track on the album. Produced by Tom Dalgety (Pixies, Royal Brood), the pair went into Echo Zoo Studios in March …