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Interview: Courtney Barnett

Courtney Barnett is a woman who doesn’t mince her words. She’s a natural storyteller with literal lyrics consisting of day-to-day observations about gardening accidents, masturbation and the people she meets along the way.

At just 25-years-old, she’s forging an independent, self-sufficient path in many ways; starting her own record label



Exclusive Mixtape: ROMANS

You may remember that a short time ago, we introduced you to a mysterious act by the name of ROMANS. We found ourselves equally enticed by their intriguing combination of meandering stoner rock ‘n’ roll throwdowns and a near-total anonymity that left us stumped for virtually any pertinent details.…



Album Review: Poolside – Pacific Standard Time

A confession: I didn’t get away much this summer. Had I had the opportunity though, you can bet your bottom dollar Pacific Standard Time – the debut full-length from LA-based ‘daytime disco’ duo Poolside – would’ve been the first album I’d have made sure was on my iPod. As its …


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My Moodboard: Lucy Rose

I love books, I’ll read in every free moment I have. I’ve just finished The Betrayal by Helen Dunmore which was the sequel to one of my favourite books, The Siege.

I only read To Kill A Mockingbird a couple of years ago, I didn’t get the chance at school …


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Festival Report: Way Out West – Thursday

You’ve probably heard this a thousand times about a thousand different cities, but Gothenburg is really unlike anywhere else; its quiet charm and incredible musical landscape work perfectly together leaving the tired “little London” references a little more than antiquated. We’re here exploring the city in the name of Way …



Justus Köhncke – Spiralen Der Erinnerung

I’d come across Mr Köhncke’s work before, usually on obscure compilations or blogs at the edge of the dance music continuum, possibly on a Lazpod or two? This wacky (that word had to be used) full length album by Köhncke is definitely influenced by the Krautrock genre, but actually references …



Review: Gomez – ‘Whatever’s On Your Mind’

Gomez return with their 7th album – Whatever’s On Your Mind – packing a horn section to add some beef to what in the past has been often anodyne indie fare. Judging by the first track – ‘Options’ – they appear to have succeeded in that respect. It’s a …