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Martha Hill: An Exclusive Interview

  Alt-Pop musician Martha Hill, who credits herself on her blues and folk influences, is set to take the headline slot at The Cluny for Tipping Point Live 2019 . This is the first time headlining a festival for...
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Daisy Victoria’s voice is something else and unlike anything I’ve heard in the last couple of years. It is also the aspect of this track, ‘Animal Lover‘, that most stands out. Somewhere between Marina of “And the Diamonds” fame...
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Remember that patronising idiom “in one ear out the other” when your focus drifted at school? When trigonometry or chemistry couldn’t quite steal your attention from girls, boys, or scrawling genitalia on text books? Or those flapjacks half dipped...
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When you hear that a band formed in art-school as part of a performance art project, you almost can’t help but roll your eyes. But get ready to cast aside any preconceptions, as Dream Wife will chew them up...
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Depending on where you look, MiNNETONKA is either a city, a lake or a mocassin. Turn your attention to the Wirral though and it means something entirely different, something remarkable, wistful and mesmeric. The musical nom de plume of...
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Of all the new electronic bands currently gaining momentum in London, few deserve your attention more than Our Mother. The freshness of their sound lands the quartet loosely in the bedroom producer category, but with a shining immediacy that...
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Released with impeccable timing to coincide with the shortening daylight hours, and increasing likelihood of wind and rain, ‘Wars’ is the first single from Eliza Shaddad’s dark and brooding ‘Run’ EP, scheduled for release in early 2016. Teaming up...
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As things start to get hectic as we begin 2015 proper, it’s nice to have a reminder that life shouldn’t be all work and no play. This stellar track from Manchester’s Simeon McLean, formerly of Kid British which also...


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