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Noah Gundersen – ‘Lover’ album review


Seattle-based musician Noah Gundersen is all set to release his fourth album ‘Lover’ on 23 August. Sharing a title with Taylor Swift’s album due on the same day completely by accident, the records finds Noah talking about love, failure, drugs, sex, age, regret and ultimately finding peace. The album opens with recent single ‘Robin Williams’,…

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Frog – ‘Count Bateman’ album review


Wyrd-Americana indie rockers Frog have released their fourth album ‘Count Bateman’. Available via Audio Antihero and Frog founder Danny Bateman’s Tape Wormies imprint (order now), the eclectic album finds the band looking West and musing over sunshine, sweat, sexuality and swaying palm trees. The record opens with the dreamy and acoustic ‘Hartsdale Hotbox’. Wrapped in…

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Dry Cleaning – ‘Sweet Princess’ EP review


London-based post-punkers Dry Cleaning are set to release their eagerly awaited debut EP ‘Sweet Princess’ on 16 August via It’s OK. The release follows support slots with Bodega and headline shows that drew the attention of many major players within the music industry. ‘Goodnight’ opens the EP with Sports Team-meets-Indoor Pets-style indie-pop hooks before Florence…

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Dude York – ‘Falling’ album review


Seattle’s premier power-pop trio Dude York have made a welcome return with ‘Falling’ – their second album to be released on the esteemed label, Hardly Art. An album all about how you can fall in and out of all kinds of relationships during your life and how sometimes, it all manages to fall into place.…