Black Belt Eagle Scout at The Guardian

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Black Belt Eagle Scout at The Guardian

Lusher and richer than 2018’s Mother of My Children, this second album, on which she plays every instrument, billows like mountain mists.
— The Guardian

Shanghai Restoration Project at Pop Matters

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Shanghai Restoration Project at Pop Matters

Brooklyn-based electronic duo Shanghai Restoration Project describe their new single “Tactile Sonic Glide” as “a reaction to the increasingly fragmented and mindless sound-bite culture we live in”.
— Pop Matters

Spielbergs at The FADER

Spielbergs at The FADER

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This Is Not The End by Norway’s Spielbergs is one of the year’s most triumphant rock albums.
— THE FADER

Fontaines D.C at MOJO

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Fontaines D.C at MOJO

Did you see Oasis in 1994 or The Strokes in 2001? Yes or no, go and see Fontaines D.C. in 2019.
— MOJO

LIFE at DIY

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LIFE at DIY

It’s a body of work that explores and examines the band’s inner-selves through a precise period; a period that has brought pain, loneliness, blood, guts, single parenthood, depression and the need for survival and love.
— DIY

Pile at Kerrang!

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Pile at Kerrang!

Think of the difference between going to work on a rainy Tuesday morning while feeling trapped by your job, and then throwing your chair through the window before marching out that afternoon.
— Kerrang!

James McArthur at Folk Radio

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James McArthur at Folk Radio

Rolling guitar melodies and beautiful harmonies paint a psych-tinged pastoral vision that underscores a message of hope for our planet
— Folk Radio

Twelfth Day at Clash

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Twelfth Day at Clash

Twelfth Day is a two-piece partnership, two musicians tying together folk threads into something intense and hypnotic.
— Clash

Dry Cleaning at The Sunday Times

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Dry Cleaning at The Sunday Times

Their sensational six-track debut EP, Sweet Princess, mixes Flying Lizards spoken-word monologues, pell-mell punk propulsion, lyrics lifted from YouTube comments, news reports and TV ads, a strong dose of the B-52s, spiky Television-style guitar lines and, on Magic of Meghan, an ode — of sorts — to the Duchess of Sussex.
— The Sunday Times

Binker Golding at Clash

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Binker Golding at Clash

Binker Golding Is At His Lyrical Best On ‘... And I Like Your Feathers’
— Clash

Automatic at NME

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Automatic at NME

This week, Automatic talk electrocution, getting on the property latter, and how they sound like, uh, a bank robbery?
— NME

Press Club at Louder Than War

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Press Club at Louder Than War

This powerful slab of rootsy rock with a massive slice of edgy punk attitude and unending energy, certainly not wasted, and driving passion for good measure, is a joy to behold.
— Louder Than War

The Murder Capital at NME

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The Murder Capital at NME

Every corner of the punk landscape is explored on this rich, emotional debut album from the Dublin five-piece.
— NME

Redd Kross at The Guardian

Redd Kross at The Guardian

For a group Thurston Moore once called “the most important band in America”, Redd Kross have a knack for not helping themselves.
— The Guardian