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Single Review – Lana Del Rey – West Coast

Lana Del Rey has returned in the run up to her Ultraviolence LP which is set for a June 2nd release, which could prove to be perfect timing for her to take advantage of the summer sound for 2014.

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Sunday Suggestion – Buffalo Springfield – Flying On The Ground Is Wrong

For such a short time together, Buffalo Springfield made quite an impact between 1966 and 68 and a more lasting legacy through the careers of Neil Young, Stephen Stills etc.

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Two Wings – A Wake Review

Two Wings are a great mix of British folk varieties, big American riffs and a hint of psychedelica for a curious and intriguing combination of sounds and styles. They formed in Glasgow and their second album A Wake is out tomorrow on April 14th.

‘Peace Fear’ is a song that opens with slowly falling synths before immediately taking an unexpected turn with the large, cascading lead guitar riff…

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EP Review – Go Native – Sleep Patterns

Go Native are a fascinating new prospect from Manchester consisting of Nick Toone, Catherine Bebbington, Alex Kirk and Joe Freegard.

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Single Review – Wolf Alice – Moaning Lisa Smile

Wolf Alice are from North London and consist of Ellie Roswell, Joel Amey, Joff Oddie and Theo Ellis.

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Single Review – Peace – World Pleasure

As their loyal fans squirm in expectation of their follow up from 2013’s In Love; which was so decidedly average that it even resulted in me aligning with The Guardians view of it, they are in the process of finishing the second LP and unveiled the initial track from it entitled ‘World Pleasure’. 

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Sunday Suggestion – Nirvana – Heart Shaped Box

For this week we stay in 1993, but swap Sheffield for Seattle as we take a look at ‘Heart Shaped Box’ from their third and final studio album…

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Single Review – Davidge feat. Cate Le Bon – Gallant Foxes

Neil Davidge has quite the CV as a producer. He’s worked with a whole host of top line artists from David Bowie, Damon Albarn and even Snoop Dog!

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Why The Beatles are THE greatest musicians of all time – The Science behind the innovation.

Everybody has an opinion on the four men in this picture. Perhaps with such a perceived legacy and high level of importance, we should respect this by putting away our opinions.