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Speilbergs at Stereogum

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Speilbergs share new single ‘4 A.M.’ at Stereogum.

We named Norwegian rock band Spielbergs a Band To Watch back in April on the strength of their fiery and invigorating Distant Star EP. Today, we’re happy to report that you won’t have to wait much longer for another dose of their contagiously bombastic “WHOA-OH!” guitar music.
— Stereogum

Placebo at Noisey

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Placebo interview on ‘Without You I’m Nothing’ at Noisey.

We spoke to bassist Stefan Olsdal about intimacy, otherness and sticking to your convictions – all things that packed the album with enough gut punches to stand the test of two decades.
— Noisey

Estrons at The Independent

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Estrons - ‘Body’ video premiere on The Independent.

Fronted by Tali Källström, they’re a perfect pop band for 2018 in the sense that they have an absolute disregard for genre.
— The Independent

Estrons new video at DIY

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Estrons new video for 'Lilac' at DIY

Last month, Estrons made their return with incendiary cut ‘Lilac’ and now the band have offered up a dark new video to accompany it.
— DIY

Underwater Boys debut single at DIY

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Underwater Boys 'Everyone You Know' debut single at DIY

A pair of brothers - Tom and Nick Klar - Underwater Boys make hazy psych-pop that appears blissful on the surface but is underpinned by lyrical tensions.
— DIY

Black Lips new track at NME

Black Lips new track 'Can’t Hold On' at NME

Black Lips have announced their first album in three years, ‘Satan’s Graffiti Or God’s Art?’
— NME

Happyness live review in The Guardian

Happyness live in Edinburgh review in The Guardian

Bermondsey’s Happyness make a racket clearly indebted to US bands such as Pavement and Built to Spill, but throw in a good few surprises, and do it all with warmth and humour
— The Guardian

Nai Harvest feature on Zero

Nai Harvest feature and interview on Zero

one of the most brightest bands to have come out of Sheffield for a long time
— Zero

Terrace video premiere on Clash

Exit Stars by Terrace, video premiere on Clash

Terrace match glistening guitar lines to sighing vocals and sun-kissed electronics. Beautifully shot, there’s an enormous sense of freedom to the video.
— Clash

Five Grand Stereo track premiere with Clash

 Five Grand Stereo track "This Stuff" was premiered with Clash.

A stomping, Lou Reed influeced track, there’s a sense of Sparks’ pop art nature in here. Glamorous, piano-driven rock ‘n’ roll...An enthralling introduction.
— Clash Magazine


American Football in NME

American Football

The NME blog is currently featuring American Football in their list of acts that you won't want to miss in the Reading & Leeds festival. 

There’s a reason newly reunited Chicago emo pioneers American Football continue to be revered 16 years after their sole album to date...[they] should provide Reading and Leeds with some serious sentimental sing-along moments
— NME