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Track-By-Track: Peggy Sue – Choir of Echoes

Everything about Choir of Echoes, the third full-length from Brighton indie-folkers Peggy Sue, resonates with worldliness. Its ten tracks are characterised by the four-piece – fronted by Katy Beth Young and Rosa Slade – having refined their craft over the three years since 2011′s Acrobats. That’s not to

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Album Review: Peggy Sue – Choir of Echoes

Congregating at the edge of the nu-folk wave that saw peers Mumford & Sons and Laura Marling reach unprecedented heights of chart popularity, Peggy Sue are a band that have paid their dues to the alter of success.

After an almost two-year hiatus since their Peggy Sue Play the Songs

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Interview: Jen Long on Cassette Store Day

Last month, BuzzFeed posted one of its ‘listicles’ that provoked an outpouring of derision and abuse from music fans everywhere.  Entitled ’35 Music Experiences You’ll Never Have Again’ – and containing things like ‘in-stores’ and ‘reading the liner notes’ – it seemed to state that music on physical …

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BOTW Playlist: Waxahatchee

With Alabama’s Waxahatchee – the brainchild of former P.S. Eliot member, Katie Crutchfield – finding herself striving towards greater acclaim on a daily basis and sharing stages across Europe with the likes of Tegan and Sara, we asked Katherine, Waxahatchee’s touring bassist, to put together a playlist of the

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BOTW Review: Waxahatchee – Cerulean Salt

On Cerulean Salt, her second full-length under the Waxahatchee moniker, Alabama native Katie Crutchfield both expands on the warm sonic tapestry of her lo-fi debut, American Weekend, and maintains a sense of intimacy that feels paramount to her music. Whether she’s trading in off-kilter, Throwing Muses-esque indie …

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BOTW Interview: Waxahatchee

On her beguiling second album as Waxahatchee, Cerulean Salt, Alabama’s Katie Crutchfield proves that you don’t need whispered, lo-fi confessionals to sound intimate and intense; instead, she’s shown how it’s the spirit and personality with which you cultivate your art that will ultimately determine how secluded and special

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BOTW Video: Waxahatchee – ‘Coast to Coast’

For all the fuzz-laden, indie pop stylings of ‘Coast to Coast‘, the latest single to be released from Waxahatchee‘s sophomore album Cerulean Salt, it feels infinitely appropriate that in the track’s accompanying video the only instrument featured is an acoustic guitar. After all, though Cerulean Salt

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Introducing our BOTW: Waxahatchee

When Katie Crutchfield’s debut album under the Waxahatchee moniker, American Weekend, first began to pick up widespread attention in the tail-end of 2012, it came like a shot of stripped-back vitriol to a year dominated by skewed electronica, overly nostalgic surf rock and self-destructive trap. Crutchfield’s softly-strummed songs, often …

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