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Sluka

Introducing… Sluka

Bowie esque in more ways than one.

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Video Vault – TORRES

Album number three brings sexy bath time and electro guitar riffs

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Alt-J

Alt-J – “Relaxer” Review

An uneven but complex beast of beauty

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Kazyak

Introducing… Kazyak

Indie rock for the camper van

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She Makes War

She Makes War Wins My Politics Song Award for 2017

I’d quite like it back too please.

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Belako

Introducing… Belako

Award winning Spanish band return with new album

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the Vultures

The Vultures – “Three Mothers Part 2” Review

When violins take over as guitars

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Clever Thing

Introducing… Clever Thing

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

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Alt-J

Video Vault – alt-J

A cinematic sacrifice

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Mountain Bike

Introducing… Mountain Bike

Germany represents angry teens

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Guilty optics

Introducing… Guilty Optics

Irish DIY grunge? Hell yaaas!

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Playing House

Introducing… Playing House

Getting your early 90’s new wave dance on

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Thelma

Thelma – “Thelma” Review

Going for the anti-single makes this debut a winner

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Kristin Hersh

Video Vault – Kristin Hersh

A double album and a 1-2 punch to the auditory canal

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Naia Izumi – “Lone Wolf” Review

Riffing with the best of them

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the Vultures

Introducing… The Vultures

Weirdo rock and an angry rabbit

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Clustersun

Introducing… Clustersun

80’s shoegaze styled rock with Marc Almond-esque vocals anyone?

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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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Introducing… Deadwall

A fine addition to England’s rock roster

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Alt J Return with new album “Relaxer”

Emotional math rock is back

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