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Paul Smith at NME

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Paul Smith interview at NME.

In Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?!, we quiz a grizzled artist on their own career to see how much they can remember – and find out if the booze, loud music and/or tour sweeties has knocked the knowledge out of them. This week: Maxïmo Park frontman Paul Smith.
— NME

Swazi Gold at Clash

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Swazi Gold 'Shapeshifting' - video premiere at Clash.

The cool visuals are the work of Ben Jones, with the video illustrator commenting: “Sometimes risks don’t pay off, but there’s always room to groove…”
— Clash

Jaws at Gigwise

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Jaws new track ‘Fear’ - news at Gigwise.

Dropping before the release of their eagerly-awaited third LP The Ceiling, the new song is a swirling, atmospheric jaunt unlike any other JAWS cut you may have heard before.
— Gigwise

Fur at Wonderland

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Fur - feature at Wonderland.

You’ve probably heard enough declarations of love today, but here’s one with a slight twist. Brighton newcomers FUR have concocted a visual love letter to their beloved hometown.
— Wonderland

Hajk at The 405

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Hajk - favourite films feature at The 405.

From a Norwegian classic to the “brutal and humorous” Fargo, Hajk have some gems for you to check out this weekend.
— The 405

Sistertalk at DIY

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Sistertalk debut single feature at DIY.

The sharp-dressed Londoners have today released debut single ‘Vitriol’.
— DIY

Fontaines DC at NME

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Fontaines D.C. debut album announced at NME.

Set for release on April 12, the debut album sees the Dublin punks on ferocious form after being included as one of NME’s 100 essential acts for 2019.
— NME

Guided By Voices at The Line Of Best Fit

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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

Field Medic at The 405

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Field Medic new album news at The 405.

Field Medic tackles crippling indecision on ‘henna tattoo’, the first single from his new album.
— The 405

FUR at DIY

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FUR share new track ‘Him & Her’ at DIY.

Brighton indie-poppers FUR have shared another track from their upcoming self-titled EP.
— DIY

IDLES at NME

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IDLES talk about the Brit Award Nomination and more at NME.

IDLES frontman Joe Talbot has spoken of the “magical” and “fucking stunning” surprise of being nominated for a BRIT Award, as well as progress on their upcoming third album.
— NME

Pedro The Lion at Drowned In Sound

Pedro The Lion album reviewed at Drowned In Sound.

Sonically, out of all the Pedro album’s, Phoenix is by far the most arena-sized in its scope. Even though a lot of his meanderings are rooted in the past, Bazan is keen to hold a mirror up to the notion of unapologetically maudlin nostalgia.
— Drowned In Sound

Guided By Voices at The Quietus

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Guided By Voices news at The Quietus.

Cult garage rock band Guided By Voices have announced their first UK gig in over 15 years and you can stream a new track by them, ‘The Rally Boys’.
— The Quietus

JAWS at Paste

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JAWS new single ‘Driving At Night’ at Paste.

‘Driving at Night’ is a soaring jangle-pop tune a la Beach Fossils or Wild Nothing, and its rumbling ardor perfectly mirrors the untouchable high of cruising at nightfall, anthems blaring on the car stereo and the wind gently kissing your skin.
— Paste