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Track: Polychrome – Final Kiss

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Track: Night Flowers – Cruel Wind

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Live Review: Tess Parks + Anton Newcombe @ Oslo, London 18.07.15

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By Henry Groves It isn’t very often that I get instantly excited by a new band, but when I saw Lambrini Girls back at Great Escape 2023, I was immediately hooked. For those who know me, since that day, I’m not sure I have stopped talking about Lambrini Girls. Since then, I have seen them …

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As I rounded the corner from the tube I was met with an impressive line of black clad souls decorated in shirts ranging from the proudly worn decades old greyed out shirts to newer designs worn with just as much pride, a cacophony of shirts emblazoned with Thrash bands, although the Slayer moniker was without …

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London offers the world. After summer shenanigans at South Asian events, Polish and Uzbek festivals I find myself in Shepherd’s Bush waiting for an Armenian band to take to the stage. Ladaniva – led by the disarmingly charming vocalist Jaklin Baghdasaryan. Eurovision 2024 was ignited by this mischievous minx bounding around the Malmo set with …

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By Henry Groves A slightly different show for me tonight. Tonight, I was at KOKO in Camden for the electro/afrofunk band Ibibio Sound Machine. Before I even got to the venue, I knew this was going to be a night to remember. This was a hometown gig for the band, and people have travelled in …

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London based duo: Nudista are back on form with their newest EP since the lockdown-recorded folk rock outing: Halfway Here. When I reviewed that record, I was struck by the songwriting chemistry of the two key members: Pilar Matji Cabello and Robbie Carman. They work way more as a partnership than most bands, and though …

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By Henry Groves As part of their European tour, KAWALA were playing their only UK date at London’s HERE at Outernet, and it was bound to be a special one. Sold out in a matter of weeks, this has to be one of KAWALA’s biggest headline shows they have ever played.  The supports for the …

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Teddy Swims is the moniker for Jaten Dimsdale an American artist based in Atlanta. Swims stands for – “someone who isn’t me sometimes”, which refers to him trying to integrate different aspects of himself. Over the years, he has experimented with many different styles…..theatre, musical theatre, hip hop, soul, heavy metal, country, and funk, but …

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It was that time of year again. We were getting a bit of respite from the inclement weather with a bout of glorious sunshine, and the colossal Incineration Festival had rolled into Camden Town once more with only one thing on its mind: to bring its 10th anniversary edition and absolutely crush all who stood …

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9/10 After two critically acclaimed albums (2020’s Now Here’s An Echo From Your Future and 2022’s The Rest Is Distraction), and numerous mini-album, EP and single releases, London based innovators Girls In Synthesis are back with LP3, Sublimination, and it is without doubt their most poignant and visceral yet. Without doubt pushing themselves to new …

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By Victoria Wai In The End It Always Does, is what Amber Bain AKA The Japanese House proved as she played a SOLD OUT Roundhouse in Camden, as I have witnessed her steady climb from 100-300 capacity sold out tours and from this she will go onto play some huge US venues. Stepping onto the …

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