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Their name is derived from a keyboard shortcut, they are renowned for their obscure lyrics and they were once described to have made geometry “Raunchy”. I am of course talking about Leeds indie trio,...

The Courteeners released their new EP ‘How Good It Was’, the title track of which will feature on the new Album ‘Concrete Love’. Frontman Liam Fray recently said that, following...

You’ve just arrived in Bristol, said ciao to mum and dad; time to go into town and check out the live music. That is, when your hangover from last night’s freshers party shifts. From electronic to...

St. Vincent at O2 Bristol Academy: Thursday 21st August 2014. The fact that this Thursday night gig is a complete sell-out speaks volumes for the enigmatic Annie Erin Clark – AKA St Vincent. The...

The visually astounding FKA Twigs, a Gloucester born outcast, dancer turned singer has blessed all of us with something evidently unique and aesthetic over the past year. This past month has seen the anticipation...

Before their opening slot on the NME tour, Sophie Seddon interviewed Joe (guitarist) and Sam (bass) about the band’s current tour, and their very exciting future.    So, how did you guys all meet?...

Manchester Orchestra unleash new album ‘Cope’, as well as some old classics, on The Fleece. Starting the tour just days after the release of the bands tremendous fourth album Cope, Manchester Orchestra’s...

Sophie Seddon reviews Bombay Bicycle Club’s fourth and first UK number 1 album. So Long, See You Tomorrow, Bombay Bicycle Club’s fourth effort, comes three years after their previous album release,...

Music editor Jayde Smyth reviews the fourth record from pop-rock band You Me At Six as it gains the band their first number one album in the chart.  Since arriving on the music scene with their first...

After it’s release last week, Joel Huckfield reviews Warpaint’s latest effort, four years after their debut in 2010. The talented LA four-piece band Warpaint have once again arrived on the scene four...