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Top 10 Acts To See At Isle of Wight Festival 2017

Isle of Wight festival is one of the first major UK festival of the year, and with just under two months until the festival...

Festival Preview: Isle of Wight Festival 2017

After bringing us the likes of Queen and Adam Lambert, The Who, Stereophonics and Faithless in 2016, Isle of Wight festival organisers certainly have...

Single Review: Gone Are The Days // HONNE

‘Gone Are the Days’ is a single by London based duo HONNE, which was released in early 2016 and features on their EP of...
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Track Review: 22 // Misfires

Up and coming Swindon based four-piece, Misfires, have recently released their debut single entitled ‘22’. The track launches into an energetic guitar riff and distinct...

The Top 10 Best Queen Songs

10. Bohemian Rhapsody It’s easy to see why ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is the UK’s third best-selling single of all time. The utterly unique song was written...

Live Review: The Lumineers // O2 Academy, Brixton 24.04.16

After a short set by support act Andy Shauf, the venue had become steadily busier and the buzz in the crowd was unmistakeable as...
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Track Review: Ain’t Got Nothing // Same Streets

‘Ain’t Got Nothing’ is the most recent single from up and coming Nottingham based three-piece, Same Streets. The track bursts into the jerky guitar riff...

Single Review: Ophelia // The Lumineers

‘Ophelia’ is the lead single from indie-rock band, The Lumineers’ second studio album, Cleopatra, which is set to be released in April 2016. The Colorado...

My Life In Songs: Sarah Turner

Waterloo Sunset // The Kinks The earliest memories of music I have are thanks to my dad. I can remember being tiny enough to sit,...

Track Review: Glitter and Gold // Barns Courtney

‘Glitter and Gold’ is a distinctive new track by the remarkably talented singer/songwriter, Barns Courtney. As the song launches into its opening lyrics; ‘I am flesh...

Song of the Week: Arsonist’s Lullabye // Hozier

‘Arsonist’s Lullabye’ is a bonus track featured on the special edition version of Hozier’s much acclaimed self-titled debut album, released last November. The track starts...

Throwback Thursday: Same Jeans // The View

‘Same Jeans’ is one of those rare songs that can transform even the grumpiest of people into a chilled out, foot tapping, head bobbing...

Track Review: Heart Don’t Want // Lewis & Leigh

Half Welsh, half Mississippian two-piece Lewis and Leigh consists of former solo artists Al Lewis and Alva Leigh. The two met through a mutual...

Track Review: Go // Ealswitha

Up and coming alternative-pop four piece Ealswitha have recently released their brand-new, upbeat track, ‘Go’. The band (who are originally from Farnborough but are now...

Throwback Thursday: Are You Gonna Be My Girl // Jet

Australian rock band, Jet’s most well-known tune, ‘Are You Gonna Be My Girl’, is from their debut album Get Born and was released in August...
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