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News: GANGgajang set to headline Nimbin Roots Festival in October 2024

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EP Review: Liverpool Genre-Bending Quartet Bonk! Shine On ‘The Act Of Doing It’ EP

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News: Bulgarian Neo-Soul Newcomer Nia Unveils Debut Single ‘111’

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Passionate about championing diversity within her music, Aruna creates a space for those who feel they lack representation, pushing the boundaries of what it means to be a woman of colour in pop. This vision comes to life in her new single ‘thoughts & therapy’. Placing herself amongst the nostalgic rise of pop bangers laced …

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Beat The Drum are back with an addictive take on The Stranglers’ 1977 hit ‘No More Heroes’. The vivid familiarity of the original is brought forth with raw alternative nostalgia. Gritty guitars and sprinklings of electronic flourish balance homage with reinvigoration. Accenting moments with a Beat The Drum staple—sleek brass injections—allows them to steady the …

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South East London indie-rock four-piece Contemporary Club unveil the dazed atmospheres of their second outing, ‘Plastic Dream’. Brimming with catchy melodies, bouncing riffs, and energetic performances comparable to Fontaines D.C. The track’s lead vocals are drenched in a melancholy haze, while echoey production lends it an expansive, cinematic quality. This spacious soundscape sets the scene …

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My Autumn Amor, the indie-rock sensation, is back with a much-awaited EP, ‘Mermaid Blood.’ This five-track collection showcases the artist’s unique ability to blend heartfelt lyricism with captivating musical arrangements, promising a deeply personal and emotionally resonant listening experience. ‘Mermaid Blood’ sees My Autumn Amor returning to the spotlight with a collection of alternative, indie-rock …

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Brighton’s rising alt-rock trio, Bones Ate Arfa, are back with a bang, sharing their electrifying new single ‘Mushroom’. This track is a tantalising preview of their highly anticipated debut EP, ‘Akimbo People,’ set to drop on August 1st. ‘Mushroom’ is a testament to the band’s unique, raucous musicality, blending infectious energy, driving distortion-heavy riffs, and …

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Kim Gordon

The Tank’s industrial skeleton provided a hauntingly perfect backdrop for Gordon’s powerful, atmospheric performance.

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Even in the deepest darkest of winter, the sun always shines brighter when Greta Stanley unveils one of her gorgeous tracks, and her new single ‘When You Call’ is absolutely blinding. Boosted to stratospheric heights by her velvet vocals, ‘When You Call’, recorded with producer Adib Parker (aka Cheekbone), is a smooth eloquent slice of …

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