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What To Expect At A Pizza Underground Show

Pizza: invented approximately three centuries ago, yet it has never been hotter. Pizza is having something of a moment right now. Beyoncé wore a head-to-toe pepperoni pizza-printed ensemble to a raw, vegan eatery; Ellen DeGeneres – ever the philanthropist – handed out slices to the undernourished, over-celebrated A-list masses at …



Album Review: Dum Dum Girls – Too True

Dee Dee & co are back with Too True, their first full-length since 2011’s Only in Dreams. Coming off the back of two very different EPs in 2011’s He Gets Me High and its 2012 follow-up End of Daze, Too True continues to see Dum Dum Girls



Interview: Sano x Matt Warren (Sunset Records)

In the early 1980s, house music was but a sparkle in the eyes of Matt Warren and Miguel García. Inspired by their fellow Chicago producers and DJs, the duo teamed up with brotherly party-throwing duo Sunset Mobile Disco to form Sunset Records: one of the windy city’s original and



Introducing: La Femme

La Femme’s band members are mostly blokes – even if their name implies otherwise. They’re also, as you might have guessed, French. The band was founded by guitarist Sacha Got and keyboard player Marlon Magnée in Biarritz before they moved to Paris; they also spent some time conquering California



BOTW Premiere: Guards – ‘Coming True’ (Alternate Version)

Rounding out our week-long love-in with Manhattan’s Guards, the decibel-pushing trio have provided us with this stripped back re-imagining of In Guards We Trust‘s thunderous ‘Coming True‘.

In place of the original’s fuzz-laden guitars and monumental wailing choruses, the three-piece – with added accompaniment – have …



My #RSD13: Nick Drake’s Bryter Layter

With Nick Drake’s self-titled record – a US-only compilation of tracks from the much-revered British folkie’s first two albums, Five Leaves Left and Bryter Layter – getting a Record Store Day reissue this weekend, Alex Cull acknowledges the legacy of what could be Drake’s most influential release: 1970’s Bryter



Moodboard: Findlay

Findlay is a new female artist whose début single, ‘Your Sister’, is a full-on embodiment of proper gritty garage rock. You can watch the S&M-style video here (saucy) and download it for free here. Having just finished touring with #1 newcomer Jake Bugg, 2013 is bound to be a