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Review: RHODES – Wishes

Review: RHODES – Wishes

RHODES is an artist who has certainly made his rounds, supporting artists from Sam Smith, to London Grammar, to Rufus Wainwright and everyone in between. Along the way, the singer from North Hertfordshire, England released four EP's and is now …

Review: Vansire – Bridges For The Youth

Review: Vansire – Bridges For The Youth

At the very first seconds, with that spaced out drum intro, with slight room reverb and lo-fi crackling makes me think I’m about to listen to Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s Funny FFrends but when it actually hits I picture a beautiful balloon filled …

Review: Gwenno – Y Dydd Olaf

Review: Gwenno – Y Dydd Olaf

One way to begin is to talk about Welsh culture, about the background of the language and its history and situation in England. A mention of Super Furry Animals’ recent release in Welsh may merit a comparison, background on Gwenno’s family …

Highfield Festival 2015

Highfield Festival 2015

Highfield Festival is one of the smaller festivals in Germany holding up to 25.000 visitors and has established itself as one of the most important rock festivals in east Germany since its debut in 1998. The fest got its name from its original …

Review: Cayucas – Dancing at the Blue Lagoon

Review: Cayucas – Dancing at the Blue Lagoon

Cayucas, California, a lovely place located on the coast of central California. Also the home and starting place of the wonderfully surfy band of the same name. If you are in need of a summer anthem, look no further. You won't need to tune into …

Review: Taffy – Darkle EP

Review: Taffy – Darkle EP

From the opening bars of Suicidal Bunny, the first track on Taffy's new EP Darkle, the influences by any number of 90s bands (they've been compared to The Breeders amongst others, and not unduly) is apparent. Not in that Doc Martens and Sassy …

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