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SeaWitches – Stars – Review

Self styled “dirty dark pop” outfit SeaWitches have been around in some form or another for 7 years – but don't feel bad if you've never heard of them. They've certainly been flying under the radar for some time now, yet their sound is oddly familiar. You can be

St. Vincent – Bad Believer – Review

What a year 2014 was for the inimitable Annie Clark aka St. Vincent; the ex-Polyphonic Spree and Sufjan Stevens guitarist has, since her 2007 solo debut Marry Me, carved out a real niche for herself as the kooky one with the weird hair who's awesome at guitar. She is

Many Things – ‘I Won’t Run Away on Love’ Review

Rapid and meteoric ascents seem like a relatively frequent occurrence in the world of music. Whims and fancies provide a tentative foundation for the flavour of the month to gain a whirlwind of support, which it inevitably loses once the proceeding artist obtains the limelight, and the cycle begins once

Desperate Journalist – Control – Review

Whenever Morrissey comes back from his thirty-year long expedition to find the heart of melancholy, and reveals his 80s lovechild with Debbie Harry, don’t be surprised to find the name ‘Desperate Journalist’ tattooed across our collective consciousness, because they’re the product. The four-piece from the wilds of North London

The Floodgates – ‘You’ Review

Originally beginning as a folk-rock duo just one year ago, three-piece acoustic-rock group The Floodgates have experienced a great deal, and have undergone significant change, in a very short space of time. The Tunbridge Wells natives quickly made a name for themselves on the local scene, are now gigging nationwide,