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Live Review: Rae Morris @ The Lexington, 27/02/14

It’s fair to say Blackpool lass Rae Morris has had a rollercoaster couple of years – signing to Atlantic at the tender age of 18, she has gone on to release three EPs and has since toured with the likes of Lianne la Havas, Tom Odell and Noah and

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BOTW Review: Gypsy & the Cat – The Late Blue

The last few years seem to have churned out a lot of forgettable “and the” named bands who nearly made it, but didn’t quite. Luckily for Melbourne-based duo Gypsy & the Cat, their sophomore album, The Late Blue, shows that they deserve to join my list of actually …

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Album Review: Noah and the Whale – Heart of Nowhere

2006 saw the debut of Noah and the Whale, a pleasantly angsty teen indie rock band. Seven years down the line, and they’ve just released album number four: Heart of Nowhere, and not much has changed. They’ve still got their fingers trained on the pulse of the collective …

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New Single: Noah and the Whale – ‘Heart of Nowhere’

Earlier this month, Noah and the Whale premiered the first single, ‘There Will Come a Time‘ from their upcoming album Heart of Nowhere. ‘There Will Come a Time’ previewed a similar blend of teenage angst and musical prowess that we saw in the band’s previous albums Peaceful,

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New Single: Noah and the Whale – “There Will Come a Time”

With an exclusive reveal on Radio One, Noah and the Whale has just released the first single from their upcoming album, Heart of Nowhere.  The video for “There Will Come a Time” is the official trailer for the short film incarnation of the album’s, directed by band frontrunner Charlie …

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Festival Review: The Apple Cart

Apple Cart festival opened on a rainy Sunday in Victoria Park with Jeffrey Lewis and the Junkyard. Running half an hour late he somehow still managed to pull off his alternative folk with remarkable aplomb, playing fan favourites such as ‘Cult Boyfriend’. Francois and the Atlas Mountains bring their …

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