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Review: WHP – Floating Points

Despite the overcrowding, Alfie Habershon still managed to have a good time

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Review: Husky Loops – EP2

Hannah Brierley reviews Husky Loops’ new EP, ‘EP2’

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Review: Sarah Close

  Very much a part of the move towards untraditional methods of career building, Sarah Close used Youtube as a platform to help her connect…

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Review: Horrors Album is “V” Good

V is an ambitious, adventurous, and positive new album from The Horrors, whose partnership with producer Paul Epworth is proving to be a formidable one

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Tom Petty: A Farewell (1950-2017)

A farewell to Rock and Roll legend Tom Petty, who died on Monday at the age of 66

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Review: The Killers – ‘Wonderful Wonderful’

The Killers return with mellow electric soulfulness book-ended by bite

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Review: Rubix Cube at Antwerp Mansion

The Mansion’s alternative offering to Pangea

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Interview: Pleasure Barge

“No one can rap like this band” — Joel Ansbro talks to Pleasure Barge, discussing the student band experience, the city’s best venues, and advice to students looking to get into music while at university

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Review: SZA – CTRL

This was definitely worth the wait

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Review: The National – Sleep well beast

The strength of The National’s seventh album establishes themselves as a truly prominent American band

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Review: Flyte – The Loved Ones

Their long-awaited LP breathes the confidence of a promising group

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Preview: The Magic Gang

Brighton produces yet another phenomenal musical talent, The Magic Gang encompass early guitar rock with a modern twist