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Remastered as the first in a series of forthcoming digital releases, the ‘Superhero’ EP is where LWED’s story began

3.5/5 - Indie stalwarts stubbornly stick to tried and tested formula. Whatever your opinions of their music, you could never really accuse Catfish & The Bottlemen of lacking ambition. Van McCann’s Brit-rockers, when they first emerged at the start of the

4/5 - Northern punks return with a strong third album, adding to their already formidable discography Durham-based punk outfit Martha are back with their third album, 'Love Keeps Kicking' Hot off the back of their previous albums, 'Courting Strong' and 'Blisters In

3.5/5 Not exactly drowning.. more comfortably floating The South London born Ben Coyle-Larner offers an intimate and emotional 2nd album, “Not Waving, But Drowning”. With Helps from the likes of Sampha, Jorja Smith, Ottolenghi and Tom Misch. the Album comes across

4 / 5 - Entrancing debut from Mancunian upstarts Disregard that title - there's nothing 'incidental' about this impressive debut album from W.H. Lung. Since they first emerged in 2017, the Manchester trio - whose name is taken from a

4/5 - a different kind of protest song evoking a religious experience through rock n roll Photo Credit: Barrett Emke Kevin Morby has released a third new track ahead of his forthcoming album Oh My God, available 26th April, via

Towards the end of 1979, and in response to a negative reception of their second album ‘Music For Pleasure’, The Damned stepped it up, with a revised line-up, to offer the world arguably one of the best albums of, if

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