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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



BOTW Review: Nadine Shah – Love Your Dum and Mad

Every now and then a debut album comes along that feels almost immaculately formed; the product of intense craftsmanship and a keen eye for nuance, balance and mood. Love Your Dum and Mad, the first full-length from Geordie – via Norway and Pakistan – songwriter Nadine Shah is the …



BOTW Playlist: The Flight

We asked our current BOTW – London production duo The Flight – to throw together a playlist for us of the tracks that have inspired them, not just on their debut Hangman EP, but as songwriters in general.

The pair – comprised of Joe Henson and Alexis Smith, who’ve previously …



News: Filmic Festival celebrates the music of film

Back for a second year, and with an even more exciting line-up, Bristol based Filmic Festival is a celebration of the diverse ways in which music and film work together: a collaboration between indepndent cinema Watershed and church turned concert hall St. George’s. A three month event featuring live …



News: Hear the New Foals Album Online Tonight

If you’re finding the wait for Foals‘ long-anticipated third LP Holy Fire to be a tad on the agonising side, then have we got some good news for you: You can hear it in full tonight. There’s one proviso, though: You must be sat at your computer – or …



Moodboard: Feathers

We caught up with Feathers only a matter of weeks ago. Since then they have announced the release of their debut single ‘Land of the Innocent’  on 25th February, closely followed by their debut album ‘If All Now Here’ on 15th April. Their single is a blend of



Album Review: Knife And Fork – The Higher You Get, The Rarer The Vegetation

Never judge a record by its cover, but pay some attention to its title. Consider that every record is a self-portrait, and every track an expression of personal ideas and ideologies, ambitions and dreams, collectively forming a musical masterpiece. The title, whether eponymous, aspirational, political or comedic, is equally a …



My Moodboard: SINAH

We were told about a new artist called SINAH not too long ago. She immediately caught our attention with ‘Nobody Knows’, a composition of delicate instrumentation and vocals that somehow manage to be composed and fiercely intense at the same time. After downloading her new EP for free on Bandcamp



Interview: The Thing

The Thing are a phenomenal world-renowned jazz band who take the genre and fuse it with a more popular sound. To do this, the group have collaborated with artists such as Joe McPhee and Thurston Moore, and reworked tracks from the likes of PJ Harvey and The White Stripes. This



Album Review: M. Ward – A Wasteland Companion

Despite M.Ward’s persistency and constant contributions within the music industry, he still isn’t satisfied and simply needed to get this record out.

This is a man drawn to a recording studio like a moth to a flame. The talent, as expected oozes and the romance shines through his vividly crisp …