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An urgent voice for uncertain times.
Patient, spiritual and raw in the aftermath of heartbreak.
‘Pure Misery’ has lots in it to love - even more so when Humour go all out and stand firm in their own lane.
Billed as the band’s final album, ‘The Family’ is an alluring, Kevin Abstract-heavy affair. But as ever with the group, is this truly the end?
Rousing, rallying and raucous, These New South Whales are, for the most part, having a whole lot of fun.
The three acts took to Hackney’s Moth Club as part of the festival’s November showcase night.
November 24, 2022 1:10pm
It’s a turbocharged arena show that still bears their trademark fingerprints of intimacy.
November 19, 2022 3:24pm
It may be dark, but Weyes Blood is still aglow.
For all their moodiness and arch seriousness, Deadletter are ripe for the spectacle.
With any justice, flowerovlove will continue rising towards commercial success.
As Redcar, Chris’ purpose on earth is for adoration, and it’s clear his heart is tender.
Her brand of punked-up pop is an addictive listen.
They’re reinventing the sound of a jilted generation, broken and dreary yet brimming with creativity and innovation.
November 15, 2022 11:34am
For all its celebratory tone, tonight feels like the start of something bigger.
November 9, 2022 4:46pm
It’s a fine party to go to, but quickly forgotten once you’ve left.
Wildly ambitious, it works to showcase perfectly why the Merseysiders have garnered such a fervent fanbase to date – and just how far they could go.
So polished and pristine that the only pity is that it didn’t come sooner.
They’re making astronomical leaps.
Essentially, ‘Once Bit Never Bored’ lives up to its name.
A fun record, on which the creators’ own enjoyment is audibly palpable
Where Bleach Lab really come into their own is where they evoke a million feelings in one.
An often unwieldy and curiously warming project that sees both contributors embrace discomfort in their art.
The witching hour is here, and ‘Miss Power’ is mesmerising.
A radiant voyage for Daniel Avery, and for everyone who dares join him for the experience.
The sound of a duo still roaming new territory, but feeling more confident than ever.
A new world of expansive sound.
Less a cathartic endeavour and more a full on exorcism.
‘Crazy Life’ seems to be aiming squarely at Big Pop.
The album is ultimately intravenous - its ideas pump slowly through its branch-like veins through carefully considered sound.