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A searing, exciting and uncompromising debut from the new darlings of rock.
An Erith musician is on cloud nine after winning a national award for the third year running.
A shining and adventurous new talent arrives on the indie crossover scene - do yourself a favour and check them out.
More evocative, emotive alt-folk from Emily Barker, whose latest incarnation adds another string to her bow.
Journey-inspired instrumental album that certainly nails its hypnotic nature, but for the right reasons?
Huge mainstream success surely beckons for this songsmith, who packs an armful of poppy, heartsting-tugging tunes.
Accessible, hummable and lightly melancholic indie tunesmithery from the Canadian debutantes.
Danish rock duo let the colour in and make their best record in... well, possibly ever.
Textured, electro-meets-pastoral adventurism in this rather lovely debut LP.
Slowhand buddies up with his living legend mates for an exacting JJ Cale tribute. For die-hard fans only.
Critics amazed with first live concert in 35 years
Personal trauma and professional strife provide ample sustenance for some of Lewis’ best material in years.
Everyone’s favourite bequiffed dance-pop delight is back - and giving it both barrels on this sophomore LP.
Not a definitive round-up, but a fair stab at summing up the mid-‘90s guitar scene by the Beeb.
Considered, refined and varied adult pop from this mongrel NY band.
Packing the right items and avoiding common pitfalls helps make your festival the uplifting experience it should be...
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