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Track: Nice Biscuit – Goodbye, Luya plus tour news

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Track: Underground Lovers – The Passer-by, plus album news

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Album Review : Landing’s ‘Bells In New Towns’

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We’ve already had our say on ‘Hi There’, the new single from Blue Lab Beats’ upcoming EP ‘Vibe Central’, which drops on June 28th via AllPoints / Blue Adventure. Needsless to say, it were very much in favour of their squelchy instrumental jazz funk, with space rock guitar solos and this summertime vibe that cleared …

There’s something in the water up in the north of Australia and it’s not H2O. Brisbane’s Nice Biscuit have released a gorgeous psychedelic, jangly, kaleidoscope whirligig of a song in ‘Goodbye, Luya’. It is a hallucinogenic seven minutes of glorious harmonies from the two lead singers, Grace Cuell and Billie Star with a hypnotic drive …

There can be no greater sense of excitement and anticipation than news of a new release from one of Australia’s best bands, the criminally underrated Underground Lovers from Melbourne. And so it goes a surprise new single has just been released – ‘Passer-by’ – as well as confirmation of the release of their 10th album, …

“… spiteful chants for the permanently scarred, death letters for the forgotten, surly hymns for charcoal lungs” Mello Music explain with regards to Michigan rapper Chris Orrick, whose latest single “Funny Things” dropped this week – the latest from his forthcoming album Out To Sea. Akin to the socially conscious hip-hop that came out during the …

I’ll admit that in my old age I am still a sucker for a synth or an organ in music. Luckily for me, I’ve been introduced to The Paranoyds, a California based four piece who by their own volition have kept a low profile on social media. Their press reads that they “eschew societal norms” – …

You should never skim through music judging it’s first 30 seconds alone. Let “An Island Keen To Float” be a cautionary lesson for both listeners and writers, myself included. The latest single from Sheffield quartet Dead Slow Hoot may seem to be going down a meandering, C30 style path of earnest presentation and emotive content. …

With the release of new album ‘End of Suffering’ almost upon us, out on May 3rd via International Death Cult, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes have revealed the new video to accompany ‘Anxiety’. Following on from the launch of their online initiative #abetterplaceforyouandme, set up in conjunction with mental health charity CALM to provide a …

Paisiel is the enigmatic name given to this very special project that features the exceptional talents of Portuguese drummer/percussionist and sonic sculptor João Pais Filipe and the German saxophonist Julius Gabriel. This week they release a self-titled three track instrumental offering on Rocket Recordings that is certain to tingle the senses. Based on an individual …

Set in America in 1962, Green Book tells the heart-warming true story of Tony Lip (Viggo Mortensen), a working-class Italian-American bouncer who takes on a job as a chauffeur for Dr. Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali), a world-class Black pianist. The mismatched pair embark on a two-month tour of concert venues in the racially charged deep …

It’s extraordinary to think that professional wrestling has become such a popular access point into the world of Hollywood (and even more strangely, politics!). Then again, you could argue it’s as much about entertainment as sport. When it comes to making that transition, no one has been more successful than Dwayne Johnson/The Rock. However, both …