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Charly Bliss

Charly Bliss – “Guppy” Review

A perfect rock album to relive the year 2000 with

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Tash Sultana

Live Vault – Tash Sultana

Australia’s new sensational rocker

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Breathe Panel

Introducing… Breathe Panel

Seaside rockers with extra pedal effects

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Fafa Galoure

Fafa Galoure – “As You Are”

Combining jazz, classical, blues and rock to make something uniquely awesome

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Lauren Hoffman

Live Vault – Lauren Hoffman

Demos of upcoming songs and a 20th anniversary release of Megiddo

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Jean Jean

Introducing… Jean Jean

Cinematic post rock full of drama, intrigue and space grooves

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Long Neck

Introducing… Long Neck

Powerful vocals and a meaningful stance

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Michael Jablonka

Introducing… Michael Jablonka

Guitar and hair life goals collide

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Zula

Zula – “6 Passes” Review

80’s New Romantics meets 10’s synth rockers!

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Akiva

Video Vault – Akiva

War Drawn Out

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Talma

Introducing… Talma

Promising London band knows how to rock

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Childcare

Introducing… Childcare

In homage of awful stock photos

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Brinleigh

Brinleigh – “The Landing”

Brinleigh’s fascinating 2017 album “The Landing” is as much a conceptual story in audio format as it is an album. Drenched in sci-fi synths, brooding spacious otherworldly moments and songs that feel quite timeless, it’s an unusual but excellent entry into the music scene. The title track’s instrumental drone opens the album like the beginning […]

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Dancehall

Introducing… Dancehall

Three chord riffs are back!

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Lone Kodiak

Introducing… Lone Kodiak

Music in the face of adversity and recovery

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Deepshade

Introducing… Deepshade

Funky riffs and heavy chord thrashing alt rock

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Torres

Torres – “Three Futures” Review

Widening the rock palette

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St Vincent

St Vincent – “Masseduction” Review

If Little Miss Sad went to a Donna Summer disco

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Anna Tosh

Introducing… Anna Tosh

Not a load of tosh…

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Violet

Introducing… Violet

Welcome to 1996 Britpop in 2017

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