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Album Review: Okovi by Zola Jesus

ON 27.09.2017

Out now  Review by Roisin Corbett   ‘Okovi’ is the sixth studio album by Nika Roza Danilova, better known as Zola Jesus. The title of the album, ‘Okovi’, means “shackled” in Slavic, which is not an unsurprising choice for a title, given that the album’s main themes revolve around the ideas of loss and death. Right… View Article

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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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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

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

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