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Music Video: Mumford & Sons – Ditmas

Mumford & Sons have unveiled the video to their new single, “Ditmas” The promo features footage of the band playing the third single from their...

Mumford & Sons have unveiled the video to their new single, “Ditmas” The promo features footage of the band playing the third single from their latest album, Wilder Mind, and follows a Ukrainian Cossack as he mucks about with a horse in the countryside, whispering to it, petting it, riding it – that sort of...
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ALBUM REVIEW: Fraser A Gorman – Slow Gum

Everyone always says it, so let’s get this out of the way now: Fraser A Gorman looks a lot like 60s Bob Dylan. He’s got...

Everyone always says it, so let’s get this out of the way now: Fraser A Gorman looks a lot like 60s Bob Dylan. He’s got the black curly hair, the skinny-fit suits and the denim jackets – he even has that same stoic, neither-smiling-nor-frowning-but-slightly-pouting face that Dylan sports on the cover of Highway 61 Revisited....
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ALBUM REVIEW: The Cribs – For All My Sisters

By now, The Cribs could release a collection of obscure, reggae-flavoured Romanian folk covers and they’d still get fantastic reviews, such is the astronomical esteem...

By now, The Cribs could release a collection of obscure, reggae-flavoured Romanian folk covers and they’d still get fantastic reviews, such is the astronomical esteem in which they’re held among the music press. Yet the Wakefield trio have never been ones to tread water and simply lap up the praise. In the 11 years since...
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Stream: Eaves – Pylons

Leeds-based singer-songwriter, Eaves, has shared a new song, “Pylons.” The track, which is the first single to be taken from his forthcoming debut album, What...

Leeds-based singer-songwriter, Eaves, has shared a new song, “Pylons.” The track, which is the first single to be taken from his forthcoming debut album, What Green Feels Like, starts with brittle, finger-picked acoustic guitar and then crashes mid-way through into a sunlit hailstorm of tumbling drums, lolloping bass and scratchy electric guitar. It’s got an...
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Stream: Mumford & Sons – Believe

Mumford & Sons have revealed new song, “Believe.” The first to be taken from their forthcoming third album, Wilder Mind, the track marks a change...

Mumford & Sons have revealed new song, “Believe.” The first to be taken from their forthcoming third album, Wilder Mind, the track marks a change of direction for the Mumfords, who this time have ditched the banjos, ukuleles, mandolins and fiddles in favour of a more streamlined, electric sound. “Believe” starts slowly with glistening strings...
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Music Video: The Cribs – Different Angle

The Cribs have shared another new song, “Different Angle,” from their soon-to-be released sixth album, For All My Sisters. Like previous releases, “Burning for No...

The Cribs have shared another new song, “Different Angle,” from their soon-to-be released sixth album, For All My Sisters. Like previous releases, “Burning for No One” and “An Ivory Hand,” the track combines the hook-heavy indie of their early albums with the strong-armed, 90’s alternative rock of In the Belly of the Brazen Bull. Written...
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ALBUM REVIEW – Moon Duo – Shadow Of The Sun

As the name suggests, Moon Duo’s third LP, Shadow of the Sun, is pretty ‘out there.’ It’s a dark, neon-lit, hypnotic, buzzing, droning and muttering...

As the name suggests, Moon Duo’s third LP, Shadow of the Sun, is pretty ‘out there.’ It’s a dark, neon-lit, hypnotic, buzzing, droning and muttering trip of a record, which leads you into all manner of states. There are moments when you think, ‘fuck, this is brilliant…’ there are moments when you think, ‘this is...
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Stream: Saint Raymond – Come Back To You

  Saint Raymond, the 19-year-old singer-songwriter from Nottingham, is the sort of musician whose work seems tailor-made for youthful indie discos, Radio 1’s Big Weekend...

  Saint Raymond, the 19-year-old singer-songwriter from Nottingham, is the sort of musician whose work seems tailor-made for youthful indie discos, Radio 1’s Big Weekend and ‘scripted reality’ TV shows. For Raymond peddles a very specific brand of nice boy indie pop. It’s rhythmic, playful and inoffensive. It’s catchy, modern and, lyrically, derivative. It’s just...
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Music Video: Courtney Barnett – Depreston

Australian indie upstart, Courtney Barnett, has released another single from her forthcoming debut album proper, Sometimes I sit and Think, And Other Times I Just...

Australian indie upstart, Courtney Barnett, has released another single from her forthcoming debut album proper, Sometimes I sit and Think, And Other Times I Just Sit. The track, “Depreston”, couldn’t be more different from the last one of Barnett’s to hit the radio. Unlike on the shouty, Nirvana-does ‘Molly’s Chambers’ burn-through that was ‘Pedestrian At...
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Music Video: Fraser A. Gorman – Broken Hands

Fraser A. Gorman is an Australian singer-songwriter based in Melbourne, a Bob Dylan-lookalike and a label mate (and actual mate) of Courtney Barnett. Last December...

Fraser A. Gorman is an Australian singer-songwriter based in Melbourne, a Bob Dylan-lookalike and a label mate (and actual mate) of Courtney Barnett. Last December he released his debut single, ‘Book of Love’, and this month he’s getting ready to follow that up with ‘Broken Hands,’ the video for which sees him writhe around beneath...

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