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Sœur – ‘Fight’ EP review


Bristol trio Sœur have already played at countless major festivals and are currently in the midst of a comprehensive UK tour to support the release of their second EP, ‘Fight’. ‘Quiet It’ opens the EP with Tina and Anya’s soulful and distinct vocal styles interlocking in style over brooding drums as they deliver personal and…

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Meat Wave – ‘That’s Alright’ stream


Chicago punks Meat Wave have streamed new single ‘That’s Alright’ ahead of a split physical release with Lifestyles (order via No Trend Records here). The trio claim it’s the only song in the Meat Wave discography that will ever have a positive thing to say as it celebrates the power of love in today’s divisive…

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Art Brut – ‘Hospital’ video and tour dates


Now signed to Alcopop! Records, Art Brut have announced details of new album ‘Wham! Bang! Pow! Let’s Rock Out’, a UK tour and a cracking new video for ‘Hospital’. The record will be released on 23 November. Inspired by Eddie Argos’ experiences in a German hospital (‘the most undignified month of my life’), it finds…

Tomberlin ‘At Weddings’ album review


Released on 10 August via the ever-reliable Saddle Creek Records, Sarah-Beth Tomberlin’s debut album ‘At Weddings’ is one you’ll want to hold dear. It’s a transcendant and poignant record about learning to love oneself, even when everything seems to be caving in on you. The gentle folk of ‘Any Other Way’ opens the record with…

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Idles – ‘Samaritans’ video


Idles are an increasingly vital presence in today’s fractured world and we’re all eagerly awaiting the release of their second album ‘Joy as an Act of Resistance’ at the end of August. ‘Samaritans’, the third song to be aired from the record, opens with chunky riffs and ferocious drums before Joe Talbot spits out lyrics…