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Powerful to the last drop.
Eleven tracks that brilliantly capture the turbulence and dysfunction of the past eighteen months.
A collection of sun-kissed moments and hazy memories, free from judgement and firmly rooted in place.
Liily seethe with a new found riotous energy that dictates every twist and turn.
WOOZE have set their stall on crafting a stylish and riveting brand of indie-disco, and they have achieved just that.
‘Conventional’, if only by their wildly ambitious standards.
Despite the occasional misses you can’t help but enjoy it right alongside them.
It’s a shame that the band don’t commit to one route or the other.
It might not be pioneering, but thanks to its bubbly relatability, it definitely deserves its spot.
Joy Crookes, by rights, should be riding ‘Skin’ into the big leagues.
Beabadoobee, The Murder Capital and Låpsley are among the festival’s highlights.
October 8, 2021 6:50pm
A night with two British institutions for the price of one.
September 27, 2021 3:40pm
It captures life in all its wonderful messiness, its ugliness and glory.
‘Juno’ is a resounding celebration of existence and Remi Wolf is the MC.
Hayden Thorpe is still feeling out the next leg of his musical journey, but has the distinct advantage of making every left turn he takes sound assured.
The polished sound of Johnny Marr putting his best foot forward.
No matter how quirky the subject matter, Grandmas House can write a blindingly good song about it.
PinkPantheress’ viral success is much more than one created by an algorithm.
The Kansas City trio take cues from just about anywhere.
Tom Morello is excellent at networking, and has some serious musical balls.
It possesses a slinky line in R&B-tinged, ‘80s-indebted pop.
Where they’re headed sonically next could be from any of these paths, but every which one would remain just as exciting.
More than just about the music, the Dorset weekender is a bastion of good vibes and escapist spirit.
September 8, 2021 5:00pm
The throngs of merch-clad fans pouring through the gates is immediate testament to its impact on the scene.
September 7, 2021 11:13am
It’s musically boisterous, with all the fun that entails.
A record that simultaneously expands on his delicate production and sees him fully embrace his singer-songwriter alter ego.
On the whole, these tracks do what Matt does best: they comfort.
Molly takes her listener by the hand, guiding them through the ups and downs of heartbreak.
The band’s debut is one that rings with a playful sense of humour.