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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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See: The monochrome video for Trevor Sensor’s ‘Chiron, Galactus’: an instant classic of mourning, cathartic Americana

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Album review: New Bums – ‘Last Time I Saw Grace’: Ben and Donovan reveal an unexpected treat

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“It’s supposed to be very optimistic, even though it’s about a dark subject,” states legendary punk overlords The Damned frontman Dave Vanian, talking about the bands new single, Standing on the edge of tomorrow. “As an artist, you can’t help but reflect the times, because that’s what art does. I think we always do it, …

On the back of the Superbowl being decided, apparently between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles, the Towers of London have released a video called, well, Superbowl. Its taken from their forthcoming album ‘Super Sounds of K-Town’ and is the usual slice of good time spandex laced rock and roll expected from the band …

Prides A Mind Like The Tide pt.2

Glaswegian synth-pop duo Prides are back with a brand new single from their upcoming EP A Mind Like The Tide pt.2, which will be released on 30th March 2018. The new track, titled ‘Born To Be Whole’, feels like one of the most honest and personal songs this band has ever released, capturing your heart …

It hardly seems seven years since Tracey Thorn’s last album, her festive collection of songs ‘Tinsel & Lights’. But that’s probably because I dig it out every year, each time a different track becoming my new favourite. In the time between we have seen her collaborate with the likes of Jens Lekman and John Grant, …

If his debut EP and follow up ‘Games’ which featured his friend – artist ARY, then Duck Hunting, the new single from Norwegian singer-songwriter Gundelach is really going to set the cat amongst the pigeons. Not in a literal sense though, this is smooth, post-Fleetwood Mac soul, full of sweeping analogue synths, and his own …

Leeds (well at least partly) garage/psych rockers Heavy Syrup are about to released their debut album, iving In Leeds, out via Nottingham label Gringo Records (Hookworms, Sauna Youth, That Fucking Tank, Part Chimp). From it they’ve released a new video for the track Heavy Syrup, a heavy, driving slabl of garage psych thats full of …

Multi-instrumentalist and producer Tanguy Haesovoets, better known as Témé Tan, has revealed a new video for the track Menteur, the latest track to be taken from his self-titled debut albu, which dropped last October on [PIAS] Recordings. Its a dacefloor ready slice of synth-pop, as Tan gets his funk on, mixing up pure pop with …

Fischerspooner have just released a new single, TopBrazil, from their upcoming album Sir, which drops on February 16th via Ultra Records. Its the bands, essentially the project of Warren Fischer and Casey Spooner first album in ten years, and was produced in its entirety by Michael Stipe, with additional production by BOOTS (Beyonce, Run The …

Legendary Chicago quartet The Sea and Cake are to return with a new album, their 12th, on May 11th. Titled Any Day, its out on the ever brilliant Thrill Jockey label, and sees the band return to their roots, delivering an album of beautiful, elegant and intimate pop songs. To that end, the band were …

Set to be the first fully feldged album on Rebolledo’s You and Your Hippie Friends sister label, My Way My Rules is the debut album from Güero. If his name rings a bell then his Convertible Ride appeared on the notorious “A Very Nice Combinado Volume Uno” 12” release, under the moniker of El Güero …