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Benedict Tetzlaff Deas

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EP Review: Secret Cameras (Self-Titled)

If you happen to be a believer in the cyclical nature of local indie scenes, you may be wondering when the capital will next...

EP Review: Masquerade // Vida

It can at times verge on the impossible to tell in our post-physical, PR-saturated music world just how authentic the buzz around 'that' new band...

Album Review: Mapping The Rendezvous // Courteeners

Having spent the last ten years thriving on the opinion they polarise, the case of Courteeners remains an intriguing one. They have, perhaps after old...

Track Review: Cyan // Pleasure House

Rising like the proverbial phoenix from the ashes of that evanescent 'B-Town' scene, Birmingham's latest musical export has arrived in the shape of Pleasure...

Single Review: Getaway // Blossoms

Considering their rather full-frontal assault on festival slots, the UK touring scene and undoubtedly the playlist of your local indie disco, one may find...

Britain should celebrate itself, not ape its Atlantic friend

On a recent trip through Oxford, I gazed unwittingly upon a sight that perhaps speaks far more profoundly than it intends – a former...

Reclaiming retro with Teletext Art: Interview

It's one of the great ironies of our time that the twenty-first century – envisaged as a space-age era of flying cars and underwater...

Single Review: Ideal Girl // The Cradles

Exalted recently as "everyone's favourite Cardiff indie band” by BBC Radio Wales, The Cradles indubitably have their sights set well beyond the valleys with...

Single Review: Shoot Me (Baby) // The Shimmer Band

Still fresh from a 2015 that was in no way short on touring, self-declared 'Explosive Psych Poppers' The Shimmer Band are currently riding a...

Track Review: S.O.I.A. // Strange Bones

Strange Bones are one of those bands that are easy to throw the 'raw' adjectives at. And not without reason; the sound that emanates...

Single Review: Believe Me // The Traveling Zoo

Possessing a name that sounds like the best children's book never written, self-declared "pre-autotune pop-rock" outfit The Traveling Zoo seem to be a veritable...

Album Review: Every Open Eye // Chvrches

It'd be so easy for Chvrches to gawkily stumble into that archetypal 'difficult second album'. The boxes are all ticked. They've done the world-beater...

Track Review: Slow // GRACES

'Going it alone' in the band-dominated landscape of rock takes a certain kind of intrepidity. You've got to be talented, you've got to be...

Track Review: Blame It All On Me // Kobadelta

With a warmly received EP in May's 'Open Visions', the momentum of a glowing NME review, and the promise of an intimate home'toon' show...

Throwback Thursday: Happy Birthday Jane // The Enemy

It's easy to forget in 2015 that Coventry's contribution to the post-punk revival of the late 00's, The Enemy, were once seen as new,...
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