Glen Hansard at The Telegraph

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Glen Hansard interviewed in The Telegraph

Glen Hansard is an Irish singer-songwriter held in high regard by the greatest singer-songwriters in the world.
— The Telegraph

Fontaines D.C. at The Guardian

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Fontaines D.C. 5* review in The Guardian

This is the kind of songwriting quality that bands can take years to reach, or never reach at all: brilliant, top to bottom.
— The Guardian

Kazu Makino at DIY

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Kazu Makino new album news at DIY

BLONDE REDHEAD’S KAZU MAKINO ANNOUNCES SOLO ALBUM ‘ADULT BABY’
— DIY

Jaws at Dork

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Jaws featured in Dork

It’s been a long time coming. With the first material written for this new record dating back two summers ago, a lot has gone into making Jaws’ third album everything it could be.
— Dork

The Murder Capital at The Guardian

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The Murder Capital featured in The Guardian

The Murder Capital are outrageously exciting live. The young Dublin quintet’s brutal art-punk rock is thrilling on the edge of terrifying: new year fireworks in a metal tent.
— The Guardian

Marvin Gaye review in NME

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Marvin Gaye’s Your The Man was recently reviewed in NME.

The eerie parallels between 1972 and 2019 mean that this timeless, long-shelved record feels especially important...it’s a pleasure to listen to, inviting a new generation to connect with the legendary singer.
— Thomas Hobbs, NME


Larry ‘Ratso’ Sloman at The Guardian

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Larry ‘Ratso’ Sloman featured in The Guardian.

He drank with Leonard Cohen, ribbed Bob Dylan and Joan Baez gave him his nickname. Now, 68 years into an extraordinary life, the writer is releasing his first album – with a little help from Nick Cave.
— The Guardian

Theon Cross at Rolling Stone

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Theon Cross interviewed at Rolling Stone.

Working in buzzy groups like Sons of Kemet and with his own lean, commanding trio, the Londoner is putting the focus back on the low end.
— Rolling Stone

Crows at NME

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Crows interviewed at NME.

Crows’ long-awaited debut album drags them out of the darkness.
— NME

Jamie Freeman at The Boot

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Jamie Freeman video premiere at The Boot.

With its upbeat melody and universally applicable lyrics, the song is a solid reminder to stick it out with the person you love, even when things get a little tough.
— The Boot

Marvin Gaye at Clash

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Marvin Gaye - unreleased album news at Clash.

The soul giant’s 80th birthday would have landed on April 2nd, and to celebrate something special has been unearthed from the vaults.
— Clash

Plague Vendor at DIY Magazine

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Plague Vendor - new album news at DIY Magazine.

‘By Night’, produced by John Congleton, will be out on 7th June. It’s the follow-up to 2016 album ‘BLOODSWEAT’.
— DIY Magazine

The Hold Steady at The Times

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The Hold Steady - live review at The Times.

On the first of three nights in London the Brooklynite band were as life-affirming as we have come to expect and the energy surged from the start.
— The Times

Drahla at The FADER

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Drahla video premiere at The FADER.

Fiery sax is laced over the trio’s post-punk landscape as Luciel Brown urges listeners to “take a bite of life.” It’s a frantic and densley packed song full of ideas and angst.
— THE FADER

EuroNoize at FACT Mag

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EuroNoize - event news at FACT Mag.

The EU-funded event is described as a celebration of “music that runs deeper than national borders” and was set up by promoters Galia and Pil Kollectiv to “represent the secret international fellowship of ‘punx and weirdos’ stretching everywhere from Russia to Ireland”.
— FACT Mag

PILE news at The Line Of Best Fit

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PILE new single news at The Line Of Best Fit.

Over the course of their six records, Pile have always employed an agitated and meticulous amalgamation of both tender and furious song sections, often tied together by inventive instrumental segues and performed with a heavy emotive flair.
— The Line Of Best Fit