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Laura Carbone

Introducing… Laura Carbone

Bringing raw riff rock back to the headbanging screamers

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Clustersun

Clustersun – “Surfacing to Breathe” Review

Leaving that guitar echo on warble for a beautifully detuned moshfest

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Clever Thing

Introducing… Clever Thing

A lazy guitar crunch and a powerful male/female vocal collaboration

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Mountain Bike

Introducing… Mountain Bike

Germany represents angry teens

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Tiasu

Tiasu – “W_Hole” Review

A technical marvel of synth and guitar

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Thelma

Thelma – “Thelma” Review

Going for the anti-single makes this debut a winner

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Naia Izumi – “Lone Wolf” Review

Riffing with the best of them

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Brenda Xu – “Overflow” Review

Organic singer songwriting at its fragile best

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Lydia Cole

Lydia Cole – “The Lay of the Land” Review

A lesson of space and emotion trapped in sound

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Jesca Hoop

Jesca Hoop – “Memories Are Now” Review

When less sometimes is not more

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Introducing… Deadwall

A fine addition to England’s rock roster

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The Spirit of the Beehive

The Spirit of the Beehive return with new album

Unhinged punk grunge of full tilt

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Thelma

Introducing… Thelma

From the cupboard under the stairs of the brooding rocker

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Western Skies Motel

Western Skies Motel – “Settlers” Review

One of the most understated greatest guitar albums of the decade

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Bryde

Bryde – EP 1 & EP 2 Reviews

The UK’s best undiscovered gem

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Emma Ruth Rundle

Emma Ruth Rundle – “Marked For Death” Review

The burning embers of rock are set ablaze with this stunning album

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The Survival Code

Introducing… The Survival Code

Time for a Londoner’s mosh up to get 2017 in full swing

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Spoilers

Spoilers – “Anti Vibe” Review

London’s got a riot in waiting (Spoiler warning)

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Syd Arthur

Syd Arthur – “Apricity” Review

The kings of psych-rock return to take their space throne

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Bic Runga

Bic Runga – “Close Your Eyes” Review

A unique take on a covers album

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