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The hype surrounding London’s black midi has not come without adequate justification, following their last single ‘crows perch’ released in March, the perplexing 4-piece strike again with another genre defying number - ‘Talking heads’ is an audacious approach to a more accessible

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

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

Liverpool’s worst kept secret look set to take over your summer with second single release. 'The Outside Looking in' will be released on Skeleton Key records on April 12th 2019. After releasing debut single ‘Release the evidence’ back in late 2018,

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