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Mood board: Young Buffalo

Although they’ve only been performing under the moniker ‘Young Buffalo’ since 2009, Ben Yarbrough and Jim Barrett have been writing together for over 10 years. After the recent release of their new single ‘Sykia’, the group’s shiny new 11 track debut album ‘House’ is complete and is scheduled to …



Issue 64 Feature: HAIM

When people talk about the buzz surrounding a new band, a meteoric rise to fame is always on the cards but having playing together for 7 years with 5 failed EP recordings under their belts, we spoke to the Haim sisters to find out why taking their time and doing


Preview: Mirja Rosendahl SS14 lookbook

London-based designer Mirja Rosendahl has released her Spring Summer 2014 lookbook, a collection that explores and contrasts the rebellious 1950s rock and roll spirit with the androgynous New Romantics of the 1980s.

We love the combination of influences on offer in Rosendahl’s work, with Sibling meeting Martine Rose in work …



Swim Deep bonus track ‘Crush’ makes waves

Today, a new song surfaced from Swim Deep. The track ‘Crush’ is set to be released as a bonus track available exclusively through iTunes with the upcoming album, ‘Where The Heaven Are We’. The track is perfect for cruising in a car throughout summer, and the bass solo two …


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BEAUTIFY: Charlotte Tilbury’s House of Rock ‘n’ Kohl

Last week saw legendary make up maestro Charlotte Tilbury stage a store take over at Selfridges, London.

Contained within her own concept boutique, Charlotte Tibury’s House of Rock ‘n’ Kohl, Tilbury hosted a seven day beauty fest which was plentiful enough to satisfy even the most fervent of beauty junkies.…



Introduding: Holy Esque

‘Unique’. It’s a word that’s been used and abused by pretty much everyone to describe things that in are, in fact, distinctly average. But when PlanetNotion heard the quivering, gravelly vocals of Holy Esque’s Pat Hynes, it was an adjective that immediately felt justified in its use.

Glasgow four-piece Holy …



Upcoming Single: “Sweet Talk” by Jessie Ware (with a Cyril Hahn Remix)

Jessie Ware had a hugely successful debut with Devotion.  Her soul-infused alt-rock style clicked well with both audiences and critics; on top of reaching the top 5 on UK album charts, it also received great reviews from the likes of The Guardian and Pitchfork. Her success seems entirely …



Introducing: ROMANS

Just what is it that makes anonymity such an enticing proposition for musicians these days? It may be a desire to avoid an ever-invasive media, to disconnect one’s art from the person creating it or simply a fear of exposure, whatever it is, it certainly seems to be catching on.…



Hevy Festival 2012 – Review

When a festival tailors its lineup to your primary genre preference, offers its tickets at a crazy-cheap price compared to the market big guns, organises its acts to avoid any form of performance clash and even throws in animal park access for free, you have to wonder what on earth …



BOTW: The Chapman Family

The Chapman Family are an edgy, angry, politically charged band from Stockton-on-Tees, formed in 2006 and onto their 2nd album the sound is defiant, northern, visceral and uncompromising; a style of British punk-rock that’s familiar to early Manic Street Preachers and The Sex Pistols.

In some parts sounding like a …