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Mike Tafoya Returns With New Music & Video

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Live Review: Moncrieff / The Quiet Man – Academy, Dublin 23.04.2022

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Live Review: Ride – O2 Ritz, Manchester 28.04.2022

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Ahead of their debut album ‘Burn Together’, out this summer on Australian label Dew Process, home to the likes of London Grammar, Circa Waves, Mumford and Sons, James Vincent McMorrow and The Hives, London indie trio Many Things have released a video for their forthcoming single ‘Holy Fire’. Is the first glimpse of what the …

If its escapism your looking for this Monday morning, yu might not need to go any further than Ahmen. The New Jersey based rapper, the son of Sri Lankan immigrants, has a new single Headphones which deals with such issues. As Ahmen himself explains “Far too often, our potential is limited by society’s pressures: generational …

Now the clocks have gone forward, it feels like summer is right around the corner, and with summer comes festival season! What could possibly be better than the same line-up hitting three parts of England so nobody has to miss out? After winning Kerrang!’s Best Festival Award in 2014, this year Slam Dunk Festival will …

Out on record store day (April 6th) is the latest single from prolific Nottingham indie poppers Lorna. The six piece release the three track release, Wayne Mills, ahead of their sixth album ‘London’s Leaving Me’, which is due out later in the year on Minnesota record label Words On Music. Recorded in the bands home …

27th August binds me and Duke Dumont together. The worst day for a birthday. Virtually the youngest person at school, if not actually the youngest person at the school, and the last to get a provisional licence, the last to turn 18. Worse still, if you wanted anyone to come to your birthday party (especially …

LTO is a Bristol based producer and member of Old Apparatus and Khing Kang king. ‘No Pasa Nada’ EP is one of LTOs solo projects and is a journey through the dark underbelly of abstract and experimental. Fizzing broken electronic beats and industrial sounds driven by haunting pianos, trumpets and vocals create quite an emotional ride. Experimental in sounds but not in structure, within each …

Despite not actually being doctors, of either the jungle or indeed everything else, London five piece Jungle Doctors have been prescribing healthy doses of indie rock to an increasingly attentive (and growing) band of listeners. That journey, such as it is, began in earnest with the release of their first EP in 2012, and began …

Over the last four decades Rush’s fusion of heavy metal and prog has seen them solidify their position as one of the most consistently popular rock bands on the planet. Their self-titled album had been a collection of straight ahead Led Zeppelin influenced rockers, however the departure of drummer John Rutsey and the recruitment of …

Beat Spacek is the latest solo incarnation of UK vocalist and producer Steve Spacek. Having invited much attention at the turn of the century with his broken soul project, Spacek, as well as numerous collaborations with the likes of J.Dilla and Mark Pritchard (as one half of Africa HiTech ), Spacek now finds himself exploring …

It’s a rare venue, Wilton’s Music Hall: a combination of grand music hall from the 19th century and a pub from the 1700s. Both are still in effect: the hall playing host to this evening’s musical marvels and the pub providing rich refreshment in the form of the wonderfully-named Curious Brew, and Kernel’s delicious Pale …