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Fontaines DC at NME

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Fontaines DC at NME

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

Plague Vendor at DIY


Plague Vendor new album reviewed by DIY

Their experimental edge has been further honed and crafted.

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.

Guided by Voices at The Times


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

Field Medic at Upset

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Field Medic review at Upset

Field Medic has confirmed his status as an emerging songwriter of heart and passion.
— Upset

Drahla at The Guardian

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Drahla review at The Guardian

...scratchy-yet-melodious chord progressions, riffs more jagged than a mountain range, mean basslines and their singer’s hushed yet swaggering performance.
— The Guardian

Fontaines D.C. at The Guardian


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

Jaws at Dork


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’s a pleasure to listen to, inviting a new generation to connect with the legendary singer.
— Thomas Hobbs, NME

The Hold Steady at The Times


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

Theon Cross at Pitchfork


Theon Cross album ‘Fyah’ reviewed at Pitchfork.

A player in Shabaka Hutchings’ Sons of Kemet and a key figure in London’s vital jazz scene, Cross brings new energy to the tuba, an instrument long neglected in jazz and its offshoots.
— Pitchfork

Charly Bliss at The 405


Charly Bliss new single review at The 405.

Charly Bliss fully embrace their pop proclivities on ‘Capacity’, the first single from their new album.
— The 405

Guided By Voices at The Line Of Best Fit


Guided By Voices album review at The Line Of Best Fit.

Sounding as looming and gargantuan as its title, Zeppelin Over China gladly takes the opportunity to delve deep into frontman and rock scholar Robert Pollard’s long-held “four Ps” theory - the notion that the key pillars of rock and roll are pop, punk, prog and psychedelia.
— The Line Of Best Fit