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SINGLE REVIEW: DENSE – ‘Displaced Face’

This is a beautiful thing,. A track that inhabits your head way past the point it finishes, and quietly, or not so quietly, sits there going ‘play me again, play me again much much much louder’, and you just can’t resist that.

LIVE REVIEW: Amongst Thieves supported by Counterpoint and inFade – Temple of Boom, Leeds...

It was with a certain amount of trepidation that I made my way to the Temple Of Boom to see two bands I hadn’t seen before – Amongst Thieves and Counterpoint – and one...

SINGLE REVIEW: Lisa Luxx – ‘Girl Gang’

‘Girl Gang’ is the debut single from British-Syrian feminist poet Lisa Luxx. Released on International Women’s Day the track is a celebration of women and their girl gangs. I’ve got to admit I’m probably not...

EP REVIEW: Gawjuss – ‘Gawjuss’

‘Gawjuss’ is the debt EP from Gawjuss (AKA Kieran Wade Clarke from Forever Cult). ‘Drive’ has already been released as a single – and there’s a rather fab video for that – but this...

SINGLE REVIEW: Courtyards – ‘Colours’

Indie does really come in a huge range of flavours. Courtyards’ take, at least on this single, is mostly bloody loud, it’s bloody raucous and dirty. It kinda edges into garage, it’s that raw....
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