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BOTW Moodboard: Kyla La Grange

Riding high on the back of second album ‘Cut Your Teeth’, the amazing Kyla La Grange takes us through some of the brilliant things that inspire her on a daily basis, from her pet dog and trifle to Game of Thrones and other fantasies.

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‘I get really …

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Kyla La Grange – Fly

Kyla La Grange: BOTW Interview

Musical U-turns rarely work out, but Watford-born musician Kyla La Grange proves the opposite on new album ‘Cut Your Teeth’ (released last week), which almost completely abandons the bleak folk-rock sound of her debut, ‘Ashes’. In its place, Jakwob’s bassy production skills and a long time spent playing on Garageband …

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Now Hear This: 11/01/14

We’re not really about lists. We like longform interviews and in-depth analysis; wordy think-pieces and lengthy reports. But that’s partly because we’re music-loving writers and there’s nothing we love more than the sound of a keyboard clacking satisfyingly with the sound of our own thoughts. Hey, at least we’re honest.

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Interview: Guillemots

Well, whaddya know, the title of the new Guillemots single (“I Don’t Feel Amazing Now”) might sound like a status-update from one of your attention-seeking Facebook friends, but don’t let that put you off. It’s a corker. And it comes from their third album, Walk The River, which has been

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Bands in Transit with Bear’s Den and Kyla La Grange

Communion Records have made a name for themselves as a driving force for the great and the good in the UK independent music scene. It’s a simple ethos underpinned by one word. Quality…

Every band has been there, travelling up and down the country, earning their stripes. Bands In Transit

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The Vulture Garden Party was more quaint than you might imagine

A covert entrance on a street in Shoreditch led to a white-washed space that only featured the essential ingredients needed for any sort of party; a bar and some decks. The garden, encroached upon by residential flats, was small but charming, enhanced somewhat bizarrely by many bales of hay for …

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