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Austere – Casserole of Nonsense | Album Review

Released: 1st aprilWhen I think casserole (and I do on a regular basis), I think of  lots of varied ingredients, brought together, and given...

The Hit Ups – The Whordes | EP Review

The Hit Ups have been slowly honing their sound for a while now, wetting our appetite with last year’s free download of Unforgivable /...

Archimedes – Monoceros | Single Review

Archimedes Monoceros Released: 25th March Released on the one year anniversary of their debut EP (On Spirals), Archimedes new single shows a years worth...

Artscare Records | Interview

1) How did Artscare get started? I'm a MASSIVE music nut and had always fantasized about setting up my own recording studio / 'record label'...

Sufjan Stevens Has Gone Autotune?!

Sufjan Stevens, the cherub that brought us such earthy-orchestral beauties as For The Windows In Paradise, the better known Chicago and a host of others...

The Naturals | Interview

1) As a band you have been working on material for almost 7 years (correct me if I'm wrong), how did it all start? and...

Love Saves The Day – New Bristol Festival

With Dot to Dot, Simple Things, Harbour Festival and Brisfest already dominating your summer months, is there really room for another festival?With a line-up...

DJ-ing? Thanks Spotify!

Now it's even easier to drop a sic' set at your monthly post-ironic disco, friend's birthday party, or school fete. Luckily for you, or perhaps...

Towers – ‘Ugly Meanings, Beautiful Things’ | EP Review

Since ITV destroyed pop in 2001 (RIP), many guitar bands have tried their utmost to distance themselves from the concept of hooks, or else...

Howling Owl Records | Interview

“We're actually putting a couple of Brokencyde songs on their vinyl to bring them down a few pegs.”1) So a record label eh? How...

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