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New Track: Jungle – ‘The Heat’

Washing ashore on a wave of retweets, reblogs and various other methods of re-prefixed social media sharing, elusive London duo Jungle returned to us last night with ice-cool – don’t let its title fool you – second single ‘The Heat‘. As sirens ring out in the background, funk-tinged …

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News: Wolf Alice unveil Blush EP

Surely one of the year’s most buzzed-about British talents, London four-piece Wolf Alice return to action in October with the Blush EP: four new tracks of fuzzy, rapier-witted, indie rock goodness. Preceded by a nationwide tour with the oh-so-now Swim Deep, it’s available from October 7 on Chess

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Introducing our BOTW: Swim Deep

With their long-awaited debut album, Where the Heaven Are We, seeing release next week on Chess Club/RCA Victor, Birmingham four-piece Swim Deep might just have stumbled upon the formula for the perfect summer record. Full of breezy guitar parts, monumental choruses and infinite danceability, it runs …

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New Track: Wolf Alice – ‘Bros’

Wolf Alice became one of North London’s most promising new bands in February with the release of their acclaimed single ‘Fluffy.’ The success of this aggressive pseudo-punk piece launched Wolf Alice into a series of live shows, a host of devotees, and a spot on BBC Radio One. …

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Interview: Swim Deep

Swim Deep look like they’ve stepped out of a ‘90s Cameron Crowe slacker flick to lounge on your sofa and flip dejectedly through your magazines. Beyond the ripped denim and oversized Nirvana tees, though, they’re ambitious little buggers. New song ‘Honey’, all lumbering grunge bass line and chiming …

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BOTW: Post War Years – Glass House EP

London based Notion BOTW Post War Years have just released their Glass House EP on Chess Club Records. The 4-track EP is produced by James Rutledge (MGMT/Grizzly Bear) and features 4 very disparate but cohesive tracks.

Lead track ’Glass House’ begins in a similar area to John Maus in …

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