Duncan Lloyd at PopMatters

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Duncan Lloyd at PopMatters

The new video for Maxïmo Park guitarist Duncan Lloyd’s song “Outside Notion” is a beautifully lo-fi affair heavily influenced by the golden age of silent film.
— PopMatters

FUR at Brooklyn Vegan

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“Nothing (Until Something Else Comes Along)” is the kind of dreamy, brokenhearted number that inspires mash notes and crying into your pillow, with all manner of heightened emotions wrapped up in pomade and hairspray.
— Brooklyn Vegan

JAWS at Vogue

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JAWS at Vogue

The inspiration for the shoot came from a point of personal pertinence for the group, brought to life through Brooklyn’s creative lens.
— Vogue

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