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Sunday, August 25, 2019

Music is Love presents: Euros Childs

Last night the people from Music is Love offered a much needed time out from Raisin Weekend madness and Hallowe'en mayhem, presenting the estimable Euros Childs to some lucky students in a cosy Venue 1 Beer Bar.

Withered Hand – New Gods review

Multi-talented musician Dan Wilson's new album is an inspiring example of contemporary folk

Cat Power

Iona Emlyn-Williams didn’t used to like A Capella groups. Now, she’s the Alleycat’s biggest fan.

Review: The Weeknd – Beauty Behind The Madness

No The Weeknd album could ever be described as easy listening, but Beauty Behind the Madness is by some margin Tesfaye’s most accessible release yet.

Dept. of Eclecticism

Andrew Binet on Deerhunter, Martha Mcarey on Emeralds

Wild Nothing: Nocturne – review

Wild Nothing - Nocturne Captured Tracks 7/10   When Jack Tatum, the sole engineer behind  dream pop outfit Wild Nothing released his debut album Gemini in 2010, the...

The Critics: My Head is an Animal

My Head is an Animal Of Monsters and Men LABEL OM&M have only been together for a little over a year; they’re a six-piece band hailing from...

BBC Introducing: Leo Stannard’s acoustic sound

Nothing but praise for the recently selected BBC Introducing Artist, Leo Standard.

Lucy Rose: Like I Used To – review

Like I Used To Columbia 9/10 Lucy Rose’s story is one that anyone of any professional pursuit can learn from. Five years ago, I had a chance...

The Critics: d33j; of Montreal; Panda Bear; The Pierces; Fleet Foxes

Tide Songs d33j 4/5 Having only been released a few weeks ago, d33j’s newly finished Tide Songs is easily one of the best EP’s released recently, which,...