Fontaines DC at NME

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Credit Molly Keane

Fontaines DC at NME

Fontaines DC’s seething Glastonbury set was a healing balm for a fractured society (and fucking good fun).
— NME

Silverbacks at Clash

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Credit Brid O’Donovan

Silverbacks at Clash

Dublin’s Silverbacks Ride Toward The Horizon On ‘Pink Tide’
— Clash

Idles at NME

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Idles news at NME

IDLES announce their biggest UK tour to date – including huge Alexandra Palace show.
— NME

Plague Vendor at DIY

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Plague Vendor new album reviewed by DIY

Their experimental edge has been further honed and crafted.
— DIY

Abdullah Ibrahim at JazzFM

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Abdullah Ibrahim at JazzFM

The distinguished South African pianist Abdullah Ibrahim is back with new material and a rare UK solo concert.
— JazzFM

LIFE at NME

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LIFE at NME

Hull punks LIFE share new single ‘Hollow Thing’, detail upcoming album ‘A Picture Of Good Health’.
— NME

Fontaines D.C at NME

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Fontaines D.C at NME

The Irish troubadours come good on a debut album that offers both a storyteller’s narrative voice and a snarling new vision of youthful disillusionment.
— NME

Guided by Voices at The Times

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Guided by Voices review at The Times

This prolific and much-loved indie-rock band bashed out an impressive sweat-soaked two-hour set of short but sweet punky songs
— The Times

Wet Dreams at Clash

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Wet Dreams at Clash

The band’s self-titled album is out now on Black Pop Records, a superb introduction to their caustic, electrifying sound.
— Clash

Swim Deep at NME

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Swim Deep at NME

Swim Deep have released their comeback single ‘To Feel Good’, as well as confirming details of their anticipated third album.
— NME

Roxy Girls at Paste

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Roxy Girls at Paste Magazine

With a nimble post-punk riff, a gyrating groove and frontman Tom Hawick’s talky chirp, Roxy Girls chronicle the quest to remain unfazed by the monotonous daily grind
— Paste Magazine