Tag : new music 2018

Top 10 Record Store Day 2018 Must-Have’s

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Independent Record Store Day is right around the corner and the selection of great vinyl is mind-numbingly large. It can be hard to navigate such an eclectic and vast amount of records so I’ve put together my top 10 must-grabs of Record Store Day 2018 Car Seat Headrest – Twin … Read More

George Ezra delivers the perfect sophomore album with Staying At Tamara’s

8 months ago / 0 comments

After the wild success of his debut album Wanted on Voyage, George Ezra only had himself to live up to with his second and much-anticipated release Staying at Tamara’s. After ‘Don’t Matter Now’ was lapped up by the anxious fans, Ezra continued to tease us by releasing four single tracks … Read More

Alvvays hit new heights at Church

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Seeing Alvvays at the aptly named church was a religious experience that I am not going to forgetful a very long time. The saccharine sweet quintet danced with sentimentality but somehow managed to never be mawkish as their guitars and synths shimmered late into the night. After the release of … Read More

Jellyskin: Six Degrees Of Local Leeds

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They say that no matter who you are, you’re only six people away from everyone else in the world. With odds like that, your new favourite band could be right around the corner… or just a click away! Six Degrees Of Local Leeds aims to get the inside scoop on … Read More

InTheMiddle with The Wailers

8 months ago / 0 comments

The Wailers are currently touring the world-renowned album Legend around the UK. Three of our readers were lucky enough to win pairs of tickets to their gig at Leeds O2 Academy, so Music Editor Clare Redman had a chat with lead singer Josh David Barrett ahead of their performance.   … Read More

GoGo Penguin hit shoot for the moon with new album A Humdrum Star

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With each new release, the music of GoGo Penguin seems to climb to new heights in both scope and execution. Following their recent UK tour in which the Manchester-based trio played their own take on Philip Glass’s score of the cult classic time-lapse film, Koyaanisqatsi, A Humdrum Star is just … Read More

2018: Ones to Watch

10 months ago / 0 comments

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

‘The Golden Age Of Not Even Trying’ by Dead! is rock and roll at its finest.

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After watching the Isle Of Wight scene collapse around them, Dead! was borne out of four guys’ need to bring punk back to their community, and they haven’t slowed down since. ‘The Golden Age Of Not Even Trying’ is their first ever full-length release, and it’s packed full of the … Read More

Porches ‘The House’: beautiful, vulnerable, striking.

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Immediately after the completion of his critically-acclaimed 2016 album Pool, Aaron Maine, aka Porches, got to work on The House, his new full-length release. Indeed, a sense of continuity is clear, with the minimalism and airy synths that underpin his previous works sustained throughout his follow-up. However, the sequel is … Read More