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The Pleasure Dome present ‘Liminal Space’: A surprisingly varied punk rock powerhouse

The Pleasure Dome present ‘Liminal Space’: A surprisingly varied punk rock powerhouse

Bristolian rockers The Pleasure Dome return with their newest EP ‘Liminal Space’ to demonstrate their musical versatility
Blue Lullaby: An Enchanted EP By Wolf Alice

Blue Lullaby: An Enchanted EP By Wolf Alice

Lucy Turner reviews the latest EP from Wolf Alice, ‘Blue Lullaby’, in partnership with the London Contemporary Voices Choir.
Burial’s Antidawn EP, the atmosphere of urban British wintertime

Burial’s Antidawn EP, the atmosphere of urban British wintertime

A review of the new ambient EP Antidawn by Burial.
ĠENN: on the ‘ĠENN’-eration of bands making music during lockdown, EP ‘Liminal’ and what  is ‘Mackerel’s Funky Mission’?

ĠENN: on the ‘ĠENN’-eration of bands making music during lockdown, EP ‘Liminal’ and what is ‘Mackerel’s Funky Mission’?

A week ago, I had the privilege of speaking with Janelle Borg (guitar) and Leanne Zammit (bass) from ĠENN, the post-punk Maltese band currently based in Brighton, before the release of their new EP Liminal, which comes out on March 30th. I first asked Janelle and Leanne about the origin of their band and was […]
EP Review: Extended Play by I Don’t Know How But They Found Me

EP Review: Extended Play by I Don’t Know How But They Found Me

New band on the scene I Don’t Know How But They Found Me has released their first EP, which does not disappoint, writes Eleanor Roberts
In Conversation with Twisted Wheel

In Conversation with Twisted Wheel

Twisted Wheel are back, and this time they are here to stay writes contributor Freya Thomson as she catches up with frontman Jonny
Album Review: Hozier – Nina Cried Power EP

Album Review: Hozier – Nina Cried Power EP

Hozier has finally returned with his forceful, mesmerising and spiritually cleansing EP, Nina Cried Power
EP Review: Everything Everything – A Deeper Sea

EP Review: Everything Everything – A Deeper Sea

One of Manchester’s most exciting bands tackles toxic masculinity with an explosion of rock-synth.

EP: The Strokes – Future Present Past

The Strokes’ musical return is packed with everything fans came to love about the band

EP: Jameson – Carnivore

Jameson embraces a variety of different styles of music, yet at the same time he maintains a folk infusion in every track

Introducing: Irrelevant

Phoebe Clarke catches up with upcoming producer Irrelevant in light of his dark and emotional debut ‘Little Figurines’.

Review: Gold Panda – Trust EP

Derwin returns with a cheeky 4-track release prior to this summer’s new album

Album: Future of the Left – Polymers Are Forever

This overlooked British outfit still know how to produce some of the most gutsy and infectious rock music around.