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Gotta See It, Gotta Hear It! (July 2017)

After a lengthy break from blog writing, this is a new feature that I’ll be posting on a monthly basis. I’ll be covering some of the best TV series or films that I have watched and also the artists and their music that I have particularly enjoyed listening to each month. 893 more words


LYSSNA: Wolf Alice - Don't Delete The Kisses

Londonbandet är i hemlandet ett av de mest populära indiebanden som blomstrat upp senaste åren. 2015 släppte man efter en lång och hypad uppladdning debuten… 90 more words


Openers for The 1975- Colouring & Pale Waves

Fillmore Auditorium
Denver, Colorado
May 6th & 7th


It didn’t take long for the opening band Colouring, to take ahold of the crowd. Within seconds of their first song… 273 more words


Music | Review: The Japanese House @ Supersonic, Paris 28/04/2017

It’s fair to say that The 1975’s Matty Healy has a keen ear even for his own songs, but when he picked up on Amber Bain’s solo project of The Japanese House, it must have been fantastic to imagine sharing a stage in sold-out arenas years later, which he and the group did with the Dirty Hit protege. 269 more words


Interview: Pale Waves

Pale Waves are providing the uplifting tunes we need to welcome in the long-awaited festival season and sunshine that comes with it. Formed by a university friendship and a shared love for 90s pop and Madonna, the four members – Heather Baron-Gracie (Vocals, Guitar), Ciara Doran (Drums), Hugo Silvani (Guitar) and Charlie Wood (Bass) – have exploded onto the scene with a shimmering new track, There’s A Honey. 913 more words


Pale Waves - There's a Honey | Single Review

Dirty Hit / Rating: Good

It seems every year the UK has an influx of new talent ready to take eardrums by storm. Pale Waves in particular have been gaining some steady praise over the last few months, having signed with the in-form Dirty Hit and producing their debut single “There’s a Honey” with the help of labelmates and producers, The 1975. 81 more words

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Live Review: Superfood, Brudenell Social Club

The Dirty Hit tour that Superfood are about a quarter of the way through is immensely important to them as a band – perhaps the most important tour that they’ve ever had to do. 400 more words