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Moodboard: Slow Club

Soon, oh, so soon we are going to be delighted with the new album from Slow Club – ‘Complete Surrender’. Their third album is due to be released on the 14th of July on Caroline International. Whilst undoubtedly growing and evolving, the band stays true to who they are …

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Moodboard: Sivu

When things began for Sivu he was working in a call centre. The video for his track, ‘Better Man Than He’, went viral. From that point everything changed. No longer was he reciting from a script surrounded by the drudgery of call centre ‘lolz’, but was in fact inking a …

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Musogyny: Should lyrics lead the way?

Everyone knows it’s a man’s world out there (thanks James Brown) but there is none more so than the big bad world of music. From Miley’s twerking to Sinead’s slut shaming, these last months have seen an upward trajectory in the debate around gender issues within music. Rest assured that

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Album Review: Dum Dum Girls – Too True

Dee Dee & co are back with Too True, their first full-length since 2011’s Only in Dreams. Coming off the back of two very different EPs in 2011’s He Gets Me High and its 2012 follow-up End of Daze, Too True continues to see Dum Dum Girls

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Album Review: Willy Moon – Here’s Willy Moon

Willy Moon had my attention from the moment I realised his name is Willy Moon. A name with star quality – and vaguely amusing, don’t ya’ think? A definite change from his forgettable birth-identity, William Sinclair, to something reflecting his music – music that is anything but easily forgotten and …

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Track Premiere: Caught a Ghost – ‘No Sugar in my Coffee’

Ahead of the expanded UK release of their debut EP Nightworks next month, we caught up with Caught a Ghost founder Jesse Nolan for a chat about his roots-infused troupe’s – whose membership can swell to up to nine members live -  wonderful repurposing of the past. We’re also delighted

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Album Review: Karima Francis – The Remedy

It’s been a tough old time for the bushy haired 25-year-old songstress since the release of her debut album in 2009.The Author was anticipated by many critics to be the great monolith among new music at the time. Being compared to the likes of Joan Armatrading, she even snatched …

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What The Folk?

Lynn Roberts of For Folk’s Sake fills us in on what’s been happening in her genre of expertise over the past month.

Festival season kicked off with the Great Escape last month in Brighton when everyone was talking about Django Django. Coming up this month there are tons of great …

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Gig Preview: Ellen and the Escapades @ The Lexington

After being busy busy bees in 2010, 22 year old Leeds native Ellen Smith and her troupe of merry folksters- The Escapades- are set to play a one off London show at The Lexington in Angel on March 2nd. The tickets for their May gig at York House sold out …

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