Tag : Meg Firth

Bambino by Superfood

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As the blue skies over summer begin to fade into the perpetually overcast days we all know and loath, don’t fret, for Superfood are set to release their finest and most self-aware project to-date: their new, immaculate album Bambino. At its core, Bambino represents the new Superfood. Streamlined to just … Read More

The Great Escape 2017 Highlights

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Brighton is renowned for being a melting pot of quality musicians, enticing rising artists far and wide with its sparkling DIY music scene. The Great Escape Festival amplifies this seaside musical microcosm, showcasing rising musicians from both the UK and worldwide in intimate venues. Just like every year, this year’s … Read More

Your guide to Leeds’ independent record stores

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Record stores are a mecca for true music lovers, from the middle-aged men in tatty leather jackets and John Lennon specs by the collectables to the students by the recent indie-releases; the boys in Docs and tapered trousers and the girls in their oversized denim jackets. Their fingers glide from … Read More

Pale Waves: “We want to have a number one album”

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It seems that everything Dirty Hit takes under its roof turns to gold, quite literally in the case of Wolf Alice recently hitting gold record status with their debut album My Love is Cool. Home to some of the UK’s most promising artists (Wolf Alice, The 1975, Benjamin Francis Leftwich), … Read More

Single review: ‘Somebody Better’ and ‘Cadillac’ by Black Honey

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Over the past few weeks Black Honey have been teasing fans with pictures of them recording their highly anticipated debut album. On Thursday evening, they blessed us with not just one, but two new tracks as part of their Maida Vale session with Huw Stephens live on Radio One.  Despite … Read More

American Teen by Khalid

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With his debut album American Teen, Khalid establishes himself as a new voice for the disaffected youth, as well as proving himself to be a breakthrough artist with roofless potential and refreshing originality. The syrupy earworm hooks of album-opener and title-track ‘American Teen’ is the sound equivalent to the post-winter … Read More

Volcano by Temples

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Four years since their debut, Temples are back with their lysergic sophomore album Volcano, and it sounds like something The Beatles would produce if they were fed more psychedelics and handed a synth machine. Album opener ‘Certainty’ stomps in with heavy bass and gutsy drums, introducing Temples’ new, revolutionised sound. … Read More

‘How Can I Compete’ by The Magic Gang

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Airing live on Radio 1, The Magic Gang are back with a hot new single and promises of new EP “at some point in April”. ‘How Can I Compete’ dropped on Monday evening and, with its rapturous pep and seaside sway, it’s living up to its new title as MistaJam’s … Read More

Declan McKenna @ Brudenell Social Club, 29/01/2017

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After being compelled by DIY Magazine’s hype over 18-year old Declan McKenna, I found myself stepping into a crowd of bright-eyed, glitter-clad indie kids and feeling as if I was crashing a GCSE results day afterparty. At the ripe old age of 19, I was probably the oldest person in … Read More