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Sometimes, in the heart of winter you get a day like today that’s as clear and sunny as the best days of summer, but with the bite of frost tinged all around
Thao and the Get Down Stay Down are about to hit British soil with a series of UK tour dates supporting the “Ho Hey” stomp of The Lumineers throughout November 2013. With
The burgeoning cult of Cults is back on the music scene this autumn as the New York duo of Madeline Follin and Brian Oblivion get set for their second album release, Static.
It’s been a little while since the first coming of Londoners, Yuck, on their self titled debut album in 2011, but the three piece are back this year with a whole host
It might not feel like it was all that long ago since the release of Hot Fuss and the club night takeovers of Mr Brightside, Somebody Told Me, All These Things That
Parquet Courts are about to drop once again like heavily interlaced wooden flooring on a builder’s head with the announcement of their new EP, Tally All The Things That You’ve Broke. As
Sweden usually steals the Scandinavian limelight when it comes to great music with the obvious Abba connection and the addition of Bat For Lashes, Simian Ghost (Automation) and Here
Arctic Monkeys are back next month with their fifth studio album and their latest single, Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High? is clocking up the kind of radio airplay that
Anne Calvi is about to storm back into the music fray with the announcement of her second studio album release, One Breath. Following on from the amazing and critically acclaimed 2010 self