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

ON 26.07.2017

Out Now Review by Kate Goodrum. Declan McKenna has gone from strength to strength in recent years, after winning Glastonbury Festival’s emerging talent competition, touring with Blossoms and placing on the prestigious BBC Sound of 2017 list. Now the newcomer has played a string of his own tour dates with his band, and together they… View Article

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SINGLE REVIEW: Creature Comfort by Arcade Fire

ON 21.07.2017

Out Now Review by Kate Goodrum. ‘Creature Comfort’ is the newest song from Canadian indie rockers Arcade Fire, and the second single released from their upcoming new album Everything Now, due to be released on the 28th July through Columbia Records. The track opens with a racing, humming synthesizer which is then met with a… View Article

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

SINGLE REVIEW: Creature Comfort by Arcade Fire

INTERVIEW: Brenda Heslop of Our Streets Are Numbered

FEATURE: Top 5 Pieces of Music for a Rainy Train Journey

SINGLE REVIEW: Hook, Line and Sinker by Royal Blood

MUSIC REVIEW: Our Streets Are Numbered @ Gala Theatre, Durham

ALBUM REVIEW: Somersault by Beach Fossils

SINGLE REVIEW: How To Boil An Egg by Courtney Barnett

ALBUM REVIEW: Whiteout Conditions by The New Pornographers

GIG REVIEW: Counterfeit @ O2 Academy Newcastle

FEATURE: Top 5 French Musicians


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