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Album Review: Rae Morris – Unguarded

Unguarded is the debut record from bright-eyed singer songwriter Rae Morris. Having had an amazing few years playing an increasing amount of headline shows, and supporting...

Live Review: Nick Mulvey – Manchester Cathedral

Crunching through leaves towards the beautiful Manchester Cathedral, the scene may have been set for an appropriately delicate, even subdued show, but it was...

EP Review: The Lake Poets – Honest Hearts

Multi-instrumentalist, artist and singer Martin Longstaff, aka The Lake Poets, wrote, performed and mixed Honest Hearts himself with the help of Mick Ross (mixing) and Mark...

Festivals: Latitude Make Further Additions To Lineup

Winner of Line-Up of the Year at the UK Festival Awards, Latitude returns for its ninth edition, taking place from Thursday 17th - Sunday 20th...

Interview: Thank Folk For That Meets Nick Mulvey

After making his trade with the Mercury-nominated Portico Quartet, Nick Mulvey launched himself into a solo career, supported the likes of Laura Marling last year, released...

Review: Angel Olsen – Burn Your Fire For No Witness

Despite her career having been littered with the unexpected, the only really surprising thing about Angel Olsen's second album is its honesty. So much...

Review: Emily & The Woods – Then We Collide

  Then We Collide is the third EP released by the London 3 piece Emily And The Woods. Held together by the beautifully delicate vocals of Emily...

New Release: Woods

With a new album on the way this coming Spring, Woods have unveiled a new single, taken from With Light And With Love, due for release on April...

Review: Wild Nothing – Empty Estate

Jack Tatum has been a busy man since the release of the last Wild Nothing album; an exhaustive tour of Europe was followed by...

Review: John Smith – Great Lakes

  John Smith’s biggest failing is printed prominently on the artwork of each of his three albums; type his name into Google and you will...