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Meet our BOTW: East India Youth

Since coming out of the shadows of widely-tipped indie pop four-piece Doyle & the Fourfathers back in 2012, William Doyle – aka East India Youth – has been on a voyage of sonic rediscovery. Immersing himself in an entirely new creative process under the moniker, the Bournemouth-via-London producer and vocalist


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News: Independent Label Market to return to London

In our digital age of streaming and downloads, it’s easy to lose sight of the more social side of music retail. It’s tragic to think most of today’s young won’t remember a time when records were bought in a face-to-face exchange, and people came together to celebrate music collectively, rather …



Author Interview: Lucy O’Brien

When I spoke to journalist Pat Long about his book The History Of The NME a few months ago, he recommended a female music writer named Lucy O’Brien. Lucy worked for the NME in the ‘80s, has written a number of books on artists like Madonna and Annie Lennox, and



Download! Future Islands ‘Balance’

Baltimore trio, Future Islands, made a splash with their album, In Evening Air, which got them a Band of Day at ‘The Guardian’, and on The Quietus and Drowned in Sound best of the year lists. Naturally, all this has made many excited for the 11 October release of …