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Single Review – Sky Ferreira – I Blame Myself

Sky Ferreira is someone I failed to review last year which was a bit of a crime on my part considering her debut album…

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Single Review – Jack White – Lazaretto

There is always a mystery and intrigue surrounded Jack White and what his next project might entail and that is purely a wait of expectation of whether the gut can remain on it like he was previously.

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Sunday Suggestion – Broadcast – Papercuts

The Birmingham electronic group headed up by Trish Keenan were a band towards the end of the 90s and going into the 21st century, that were offering something a little different.

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Free Download – Wild Smiles – Fool For You

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Wild Smiles are a Winchester trio consisting of Chris Peden, Joe Peden and Ben Cook and have recently signed to Sunday Best recordings, played at David Lynch’s Club Silencio and are currently setting about their own shows after supporting the likes of Superfood. In fact they are paying at the Brixton Windmill tonight if you’re down in London town. They have released a free download of their…

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Single Review – Florrie – Free Falling

Florrie returns with a follow up EP to her previous synthpop efforts entitled Sirens which is out on April 27th. 

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Single Review – MOVIE – Ads

MOVIE are a brand new band from South London that is lead by Korean frontman Theo Spark.

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Single Review – Peace – Money

Peace unveil their first proper single from their upcoming second LP and as you’ll know, I’ve had some harsh words to say about their sound and approach but I also wanted them to simply be creative.

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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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