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Dead Soft – ‘I Believe You’


After playing shows with Bully, The Breeders and Broken Social Scene, Dead Soft are preparing to release their new album ‘Big Blue’ via the ever-reliable Arts & Crafts. To whet your anticipation, they’ve shared new single ‘I Believe You’. The album itself was inspired by the way the band had to leave Vancouver (regarded as…

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Sløtface – ‘Stuff’


Sløtface have followed up recent single ‘Telepathic’ with break-up anthem ‘Stuff’. The song finds Haley Shea listing some of the things that are left behind (both physically and emotionally) when it comes to getting out of a relationship: ‘It’s just stuff, it has no meaning anymore, things to fill the empty space’. She then goes…

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Rosie Tucker shares video for ‘Habit’


Rosie Tucker has shared the lemon-drenched video for their new single ‘Habit’, one of many highlights from album ‘Never Not Never Not Never Not’. It opens with Rosie laying their heart bare: ‘I wanna tell you I’m sorry but what’s a couple words? Drops in the Pacific between us’ before going on to admit that even…

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Quiet Lions – ‘Absenteeism’ album review


We’ve all been eagerly awaiting the debut album from Quiet Lions for quite some time now and recent singles ‘Echo Chamber’ and ‘Wasteland’ have just whet the anticipation even more. Based around social and political issues, they hinted at the overriding theme of isolation and dissociation in today’s digital world that can be found throughout…

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Super Lemon Days ‘No Slackin” stream


Hailing from just north of Birmingham, Super Lemon Days have already released a couple of EPs and played shows with emo heroes including Drug Church, Radiator Hospital and Apologies, I Have None. Now, they’re set to release ‘No Slackin”, a three-and-a-half-minute song that wonderfully blends in elements of slacker pop (of course) and more experimental…