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Live Review: Liam Gallagher

Live Review: Liam Gallagher

Did what it said on the tin… unadulterated brilliance, as you were
Interview: DMA’S

Interview: DMA’S

‘Liam Gallagher came to our gig…he’s into it’ DMA’S’ Johnny chats about stepping things up for the second album
Interview: Jordan Allen

Interview: Jordan Allen

Jordan Allen chats crazy girls, the prospect of an album and a love for Kurupt FM
Why you should see City Calm Down tomorrow

Why you should see City Calm Down tomorrow

The Melbourne four-piece play Soup Kitchen on Tuesday 28th November
Album Review: Jessie Ware – Glasshouse

Album Review: Jessie Ware – Glasshouse

Jessie Ware’s third album promises a new and exciting era for the singer, but is she able to deliver what she has done so easily in the past?
Live review: Jordan Rakei

Live review: Jordan Rakei

A methodological approach to disappointment
Event Review: Blue Monday – Bombay Bicycle Club DJ Set

Event Review: Blue Monday – Bombay Bicycle Club DJ Set

Jamie MacColl took to the decks for another groovy episode of Antwerp’s best-loved indie event
Album: Diet Cig — Swear I’m Good At This

Album: Diet Cig — Swear I’m Good At This

Personal and political blur together in an infectiously energetic debut album that appropriately develops the pop-punk duo’s sound, writes Joe Casson
Album: Laura Marling – Semper Femina

Album: Laura Marling – Semper Femina

Rebekah Shaw on Laura Marling’s mature and emotional exploration of feminine experience, identity and the problems with love
Live: Cosmo Calling

Live: Cosmo Calling

Cosmo Calling are buoyed by a receptive audience and play a bright, enjoyable set, writes Callum Oliver
Review: The Shins — Heartworms

Review: The Shins — Heartworms

The Shins’ latest record will be a welcome return for their dearest fans, but others will find another record to add to the backend of a summer Spotify playlist, Christian Hurry writes
Live: State Champs

Live: State Champs

Is pop punk dead? Meg Roberts takes a trip down memory lane at the State Champs’ gig
Album: Real Estate — In Mind

Album: Real Estate — In Mind

Subtly finetuning their sound, Real Estate have delivered a poignant and succinct album that expertly blends sunny guitars with contemplative lyricism
Album: Peter Silberman — Impermanence

Album: Peter Silberman — Impermanence

On his first solo venture, the Antlers frontman strips his distinguished sound down to gorgeous melodies and stark guitar
Album: The Orwells — Terrible Human Beings

Album: The Orwells — Terrible Human Beings

Their consistency is remarkable, but on album number three The Orwells’ determinedness to stick to their guns sees them shoot themselves in the foot, writes Callum Oliver
Preview: Amber Run

Preview: Amber Run

Amber Run come to the Academy on Thursday the 23rd, let Emily Pite tell you why you should be there too
Feature: In conversation with Laura Marling

Feature: In conversation with Laura Marling

Rebekah Shaw speaks to Laura Marling about femininity, creative production, and moving on from LA at the folk musician’s first student conference
Tracks of the Week: 27th February

Tracks of the Week: 27th February

Love and uncertainty: melancholy music and intriguing themes prevail in a week of releases from the old and new of the musical spectrum
Interview: Stornoway

Interview: Stornoway

On the eve of their farewell tour, Christian Hurry speaks to the beloved folk-pop group about their career highlights and future trajectories
Tracks of the Week: 20th February

Tracks of the Week: 20th February

Ollie Clack runs through a fun and idiosyncratic new week of releases

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