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Check 'Em Out: West Of The Sun

Full of psych-guitar jangle and swaggering percussion
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West Of The Sun are an indie rock band formed in Derby, 2013. Their story began in a flat above a pub in Derby when lead singer Luke met fellow university student and guitarist/songwriter Michael, the pair bonding almost instantly over everything from bands such as the Doors and Interpol to supporting championship football teams. 179 more words


Simian Mobile Disco - Welcome To Sideways / Clash Magazine

While there are more than enough spells of enjoyment to be found in this release (its late-on ambience is delectably expansive, for instance) there’s not enough to forward-catapult Simian Mobile Disco’s 13-year evolution.

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Simple Things Festival / Clash Magazine

‘Between Bobby’s Fish ‘n’ Chip Shop and a weary employment centre, lives Christmas Steps – the beating heart of the festival calendar’s black sheep, Simple Things.

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Factory Floor - 25 25 / Clash Magazine

‘What’s particularly clear about ’25 25’ by the time you reach its title-track, a jittering and pitch-bent slap hazard sort of interlude (that ultimately leads nowhere), is a focus on an urgent, throbbing pulse.’ Factory Floor – 25 25 / Clash Magazine


INTERVIEW: Bryson Tiller

My 2016 got off to a pretty exciting start when I was given the opportunity to interview Bryson Tiller. I had his TRAPSOUL album on repeat since it came out in October 2015 and I was completely drawn in by everything about him – especially this air of mystery he was (and still is to an extent) shrouded in. 605 more words


Metronomy - A Complete Guide / Clash Magazine

‘The woozily frenetic polk-tronica of ‘Black Eye/Burnt Thumb’ forms the album climax, whilst the nostalgic saxophones of ‘Love Song For Dog’ smother lashings of ice cream-van melody and schizophrenic drums; proving there is beauty to be found amongst this fidgety Nintendo electro.’Metronomy Guide / Clash Magazine

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