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ALBUM REVIEW: Beast Epic by Iron and Wine

ON 15.09.2017

Out Now Review by Laura Cooper. Sam Beam has been performing under the name Iron & Wine since he released his home-recorded album The Creek That Drank The Cradle in 2002. Sounding like the raw recordings of rural musicians captured by Alan Lomax in the 1930s and 40s, this collection of low-fi folk songs is… View Article

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ALBUM REVIEW: I Tell A Fly by Benjamin Clementine

ON 14.09.2017

Out 15 September Review by Tom Cooney. Benjamin Clementine is one of the most exciting figures in the musical landscape of today. His well-documented rise from sleeping rough in Paris to unexpectedly bagging the 2015 Mercury Prize is almost legend – but how do you follow such a victory? Benjamin Clementine has tackled the dangers… View Article

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ALBUM REVIEW: Beast Epic by Iron and Wine

ALBUM REVIEW: I Tell A Fly by Benjamin Clementine

ALBUM REVIEW: Sleep Well Beast by The National

SINGLE REVIEW: Plimsoll Punks by Alvvays

ALBUM REVIEW: Dark Days + Canapés by Ghostpoet

ALBUM REVIEW: A Deeper Understanding by The War on Drugs

SINGLE REVIEW: Crow Cries by Goat Girl

MUSIC REVIEW: Jesca Hoop and Worry Dolls @ Sage Gateshead

SINGLE REVIEW: The Man by The Killers

ALBUM REVIEW: What Do You Think About The Car? by Declan McKenna

SINGLE REVIEW: Creature Comfort by Arcade Fire


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