on Thursday, February 26, 2015
Words: Saam Das

In Cinemas: 'It Follows' (2014)

on Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Words: Saam Das

I never quite got on as much as I'd hoped with Manchester mavericks WU LYF, with their obtuse and carefully crafted aura, but it was still a disappointment when they disbanded. The driving force behind the split was frontman Ellery James Roberts, who returned with the incredible 'Kerou's Lament' in June 2013. He's back again, this time with a helping hand.
on Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Words: Jordan Andrew

As we settle into the year, it could be argued that this column is a good few months late. I would argue that we have only just touched the tip of what 2015 has to offer in television land. Here are just some of the shows that will be making an appearance in 2015, fingers crossed!
Words: Saam Das

Mancunian quartet PALE WAVES have been bubbling under for a year or so, previously as Creek, and now they're making a splash (...sorry) with their latest track 'The Tide'. Taking on more of a polished note than the demo of 'Lust' that caught the attention of some early adopters in 2014, 'The Tide' takes some of the vibrant sounds that have led the likes of The 1975 and Peace to popularity.
on Friday, February 20, 2015
Words: Saam Das

In Cinemas: 'Selma' (2014) + 'Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter' (2014)

on Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Words: Saam Das

Chris Cookson popped up late last year in his solo guise, with the seemingly timeless 'Pillow Talk', matching majestic strings with Cookson's serene vocals. New track 'Sophia' appeared this afternoon, taking more of a shimmering, synth-based approach. Listen to both tracks below.

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