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Taken from Blair Jollands’ forthcoming third album, ‘My Way Home’ is a simple and understated track that's built around picked guitar and brushed percussion, as well as...
Almost two months ago, IndianRedLopez and CS Buchan released a wondrous split single through Fitlike Records, a label founded by CS Buchan. Due to the Features Editor being a bit...
Are Scary People scary? You can decide for yourself, but it’s certain that this Dundee based outfit are pretty decent at making music. From their EP ‘Chicago!’ straight...
Choosing to go with his birth name instead of a pseudonym like many of his contemporaries, multi-instrumentalist Liam Finn has announced the first of his Murmuration residencies...

Q&A: Liam Finn

by Kyle McCormick on 12 August 2014

As my foot hits the ground at Beacons Festival, so does the first drop of rain, with the rumble of thunder following not long after. Before I've even made it to the gate, I'm...
This article was made possible by Celest McEvoy. Photography James Kenny. Hang on, I want to start this with a joke. Something about Secret Garden, secret identify, disguise,...

Festival Review // Secret Garden Party

by AdamTait on 08 August 2014

A lot may have changed in the 50 years since a then relatively unknown Paul Simon graced the stage of the first ever Cambridge Folk Festival. For one, a local festival organised...

Festival Review: Cambridge Folk Festival 2014

by AlexJackson on 05 August 2014

Waking Aida released potentially one of the hottest most interesting debut releases of 2014 so I grabbed Josh (bassit) for a quick 10 minute chat to talk about 2014, touring,...

Feature Interview // Waking Aida

by CatChadderton on 05 August 2014

Sleep Party People is Danish multi-instrumentalist Brian Batz, who recently released his mesmerising new record ‘Floating’ through London-based label Blood & Biscuits,...

Q&A: Sleep Party People

by Kyle McCormick on 03 August 2014

The jewel on Sony’s South African musical crown, Kongos (or KONGOS) are exciting and talented and to all ends, pretty fantastic. ‘Come With Me Now’ is their primal slice of...
Naming a band is a tricky thing. You don’t want to pigeonhole yourself into a certain genre, nor do you want to have such an obscure name that it almost scares potential fans...

Q&A: The Fleeting Ends

by MichelleScott on 30 July 2014

The Tapestry are a self-proclaimed “dirty garage pop”, Manchester-based, four piece who have opened for musicians such as Pete Doherty and The View. They were gracious to...

Q&A: The Tapestry

by MichelleScott on 30 July 2014

After initially confusing the band with Spycatcher, who didn’t like on the first take, I realised this was in fact a different outfit altogether, and even better than that: I...
Over the last few years Truck has changed for the better each time, sometimes in specific ways and sometimes just a general change in vibe. It is always the friendliest festival...

Festival Review: Truck Festival 2014

by FionaEvans on 29 July 2014

’Searching The Brittle Light’, the debut album from Thom Bowden, was released on July 14th, and with the press constantly name-checking the likes of Fugazi and The White...

Thom Bowden's Lucky Seven

by Kyle McCormick on 29 July 2014

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by DavidBeech on 19 June 2015

S4M TV // Agent Fresco - 'See Hell'

by Kyle McCormick on 01 June 2015

S4M TV // Club Kuru - 'Long Drive'

by AshMeikle on 01 June 2015

S4M TV // Asylums - 'Joy In A Small Wage'

by Kyle McCormick on 26 May 2015

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