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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

The Get Up Kids at DIY

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The Get Up Kids new album news at DIY.

The band have also shared the album’s first single ‘Satellite’.
— DIY

IDLES at BBC News

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IDLES album tops ’s albums of 2018 at BBC News.

The group’s second album Joy as an Act of Resistance is “a really powerful record but it’s still quite sly,” said DJ Steve Lamacq.
— BBC News

Black Belt Eagle Scout at Loud and Quiet

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Black Belt Eagle Scout album review at Loud and Quiet

...a large part of the album acts as a meditation on her life and identity at this point in her life, especially on ‘Indians Never Die’, a song about the destruction of her ancestral land.
— Loud and Quiet

Black Belt Eagle Scout at DIY Magazine

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Black Belt Eagle Scout - introducing feature at DIY Magazine

A record that sways between crunchy guitars and softer, more delicate moments, KP draws from her childhood spent in a small Indian reservation in Washington state in her music, melding together themes of frustration and dreaming into her lyrics.
— DIY Magazine

Black Belt Eagle Scout at The 405

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Black Belt Eagle Scout new track at The 405

Just Lie Down’ is certainly caring and healing in its wan and soft vocals - but the guitar line itself is menacing, characterising the underlying discontent.
— The 405

Black Belt Eagle Scout at DIY

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Black Belt Eagle Scout in DIY’s Neu Bulletin

KP draws from her childhood spent in a small Indian reservation in Washington state in her music, weaving themes of frustration and dreaming into her lyrics and ‘Soft Stud’ is a fascinating first insight into the rest of the album to come.
— DIY

Placebo interview with NME

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Placebo discuss the impact of David Bowie’s death - interview with NME.

Placebo have spoken out about the impact of losing ‘friend and mentor’ David Bowie, and how it has shaped progress on their new album – which they say will be a dramatic departure for the band.
— NME

First look at the new video from Loved Ones on Beat

First look at the new video ‘One Big Kiss’ from Loved Ones on Beat

The visual involves a stack of print-out images of Loved Ones singer Nik Glover. It might look like a low-budget bright idea, but please take into consideration the insane cost of printer ink!
— Beat

Charly Bliss announce tour and new video at DIY

Charly Bliss announce tour and new video at DIY.

The new, summer camp-set video for ‘Westermarck’, the latest single from Brooklyn power poppers Charly Bliss, sums up their carefree, nostalgic edge.
— DIY

Diet Cig cover feature on Upset

Diet Cig cover feature on Upset

Packing a red hot debut album, they’ve long been faves round these parts, but now they’re more than just the most fun band we could possibly think of – they’re vital.
— Upset

Idles interview on Loud And Quiet

Idles interview on Loud And Quiet

Our aim isn’t to start a revolution, but we talk about politics in the pub, so it’d be weird if we didn’t sing about it
— Idles on Loud And Quiet

Elvis Depressedly interview with Noisey

Elvis Depressedly interview with Noisey

Coming from one of the most deprived corners of the US, the social polarity of the area has directly informed Elvis Depressedly, musically and personally, in equal parts.
— Noisey

Bad Religion's Greg Graffin interview on Huck Magazine

Bad Religion's Greg Graffin interview on Huck Magazine

Bad Religion frontman Greg Graffin is now an established author and professor in evolutionary science, having branched into other platforms to reach people. But he still can’t resist recording new music.
— Huck Magazine