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Awolnation clash genres with ‘Here Come The Runts’

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Half solid indie and half fuzzy electro weirdness, Here Come The Runts is an album that hasn’t quite decided what it wants to be. With that said, listening as it veers drunkenly from one genre to another, tipsily knocking over established convention and blithely subverting expectations, it’s impossible to deny … Read More

IntheMiddle with The Night Café

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The Night Café are quickly gathering popularity and pace with their upbeat indie and big ambitions. Clubs Editor Milly Whyman spoke to Sean from the band about inspiration, resolutions, and massive plans for 2018.   It’s a story that many wannabe musicians aspire to. The Night Café boys met in … Read More

On the Radar 2018: Local Leeds

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It’s undeniable that Leeds has one of the best music scenes in the country, hosting a plethora of quality bands and energising an inspiring DIY culture. LSR’s Head of Music James Ward highlights the city’s most exciting up-and-coming bands. Hookworms The 2nd and 3rd of March are two of the … Read More

World Island announce flawless 2018 line-up

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Take one look at the World Island 2018 line-up and your jaw will drop. Headliners Sampha, Loyle Carner and Unknown Mortal Orchestra destine this weekender at Southbank Depot to be something truly special. Crafted by Super Friendz, the line-up is a curation of the best of the UK’s rising musical … Read More

2018: Ones to Watch

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In celebration of the New Year, we have compiled our top 10 artists and bands to look out for over the next twelve months. Sigrid Everybody’s favourite Scandipop sensation Sigrid is practically guaranteed to make waves this year after her well-deserved triumph in BBC Music’s prestigious Sound of 2018 poll. … Read More

Dolores O’Riordan- Her Legend Will Linger

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Last week saw the tragic death of The Cranberries’ lead singer, Dolores O’Riordan. The huge crowds that gathered in Limerick this Sunday was a testament to how much she meant to her fans and her local community. The lead singer of Irish rock band, The Cranberries’ was found “unresponsive” in … Read More

Fall Out Boy’s ‘MANIA’ is an “Anthem for a New Generation”

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The long awaited MANIA finally dropped after 9 months since it’s first track was revealed, and after being mostly scrapped just a month before the original release date back in September. While some may pine for what could have been, the final result is not disappointing in the least. Fall … Read More

Laura Marling Pays Tribute to Bob Dylan with ‘A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall’

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Laura Marling has released a cover of Bob Dylan’s ‘A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall’. She has previously covered ‘Like A Rolling Stone’ with Eddie Berman for his album. Bob Dylan is clearly an influence for Marling. You can hear his easy-going folk style in her original songs and, as one … Read More

Need some tunes to help you focus? Our Editor-in-Chief has got you sorted

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The month of January means two things to students. Intense study, and its closely related counterpart, extreme procrastination. This playlist will aim to stop you trawling the web for music to listen to, and consists of tracks specifically picked to stimulate concentration. Eevee- Unexpected This lo-fi beattape is so calming … Read More

Happy Gryphmas (Term is Over)

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In the midst of this festive season, our wonderful music writers have provided us with an eclectic range of song suggestions and genres for our Christmas playlist. Here it is in full: grace your ears with a variety of classics, an overload of Wham! and Ella Fitzgerald, and several artists … Read More