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Live review: Inheaven

Inheaven have become a staple in the music libraries of the glitter-covered and Doc Marten-ed indie kids of today. When they walk ...

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Live review: Franz Ferdinand

13th February 2018, The Albert Hall It’s been five years since Franz Ferdinand dropped an album (not including that weird detour with Sparks), and ...

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Review: DMA'S - In The Air

No introduction shall soon be required for DMA’S, an alternative rock trio from Sydney, who are rapidly establishing themselves in the British ...

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Live review: Inheaven

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Live review: Franz Ferdinand

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Review: DMA'S - In The Air

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Live review: Inheaven

Inheaven bring both smooth melodies and violent mosh pits to Deaf Institute

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Live Review: Highly Suspect

Jack Greeney reviews Grammy nominated rock band Highly Suspect on their European tour

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Album review: Brian Fallon – Sleepwalkers

The Gaslight Anthem frontman delivers stunning second solo effort to further his impressive back catalogue

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Live review: Franz Ferdinand

Franz Ferdinand show no signs of slowing down in a career-spanning, electrifying live show says contributor, Jay Plent

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Preview: Rex Orange County

On of the hottest British artists of 2017 stops by Gorilla on his first headline tour

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Review: DMA’S – In The Air

‘In The Air’ is a beautifully tranquil release amid DMA’S’ growing hype

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Live review: The Front Bottoms

The Front Bottoms entwined the exploration and lyricism of folk music with the fast-paced assertiveness of punk

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Live review: Rat Boy

Rat Boy really knows how to drum up an audience…but did he really take the cheese?

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Album review: MGMT – Little Dark Age

With those songs now synonymous with television adverts and film soundtracks, MGMT are back with a new album and potential new hits

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Live Review: Jhené Aiko

Both peaceful and turbulent — a testament to her personality that she was so easily able to display her full-self in ways many artists struggle to do on stage says, Kavindra Huggins

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Album review: First Aid Kit – Ruins

An album beautifully crafted from the ruins of heartbreak

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Live review: Jorja Smith

Effortless and majestic, Jorja broke hearts in Liverpool