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News: Wavves and Cloud Nothings release collaborative album

‘No Life For Me’ is available to stream and purchase now.

By Jessica Goodman on 29th June 2015

A collaboration between Wavves’ Nathan Williams and Cloud Nothings’ Dylan Baldi, ‘No Life For Me’ is the first of two new albums expected to see release from Wavves this summer. 109 more words


Review: Mutes - 'Starvation Age'

What started out as the solo project of Birmingham based musician James Brown, Mutes has snowballed into something so much more. With their debut full band EP, the Midlands quartet have forged a release that hypnotises and runs with a full throttle power that will leave you as awed as you find yourself floored. 368 more words


Review: FIDLAR @ Heaven, London

Sweat-stained and in states of shock, the crowd at London’s Heaven staggered up the stairway and out the doors.

Energy drained amidst a haze of elation and intoxication, those gathered tonight (23rd June) might’ve been battered, may have been bruised, maybe even left bloodied, but none of it without a sense of sheer satisfaction.  505 more words


News: Ex Hex confirm UK touring plans

The Washington DC powerpop trio will tour the UK in November.

By Jessica Goodman on 24th June 2015

Following on from their performance at End Of The Road Festival… 120 more words


News: Wavves to release two new albums this summer

The LA four-piece have also announced U.S. tour dates for Autumn.

Wavves frontman Nathan Williams has confirmed via Twitter that his band are releasing two new albums this year, both before the end of summer. 335 more words


Interview with author Karina Espinosa, talking about SHIFT

The interview took place on June 17th 2015 at MDC North Campus. I’d like to thank Karina Espinosa for taking the time to sit down with me, I really appreciate it and thank you again! 40 more words


Interview: FIDLAR

It’s been two and a half years since FIDLAR put out their debut album, cementing them in the hearts and minds of misfits worldwide. Thirty months and twelve new tracks later and the LA quartet are back to doing what they do best: blasting the blues away as they let loose in front of packed-out audiences. 1,577 more words