on Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Words: Saam Das

The K├╝bler-Ross model posits five stages of grief, namely denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Biffy Clyro appear to have bundled all of these stages into one song, covering Frightened Rabbit's 'The Modern Leper' for a new covers album organised by the remaining band members, following the devastating loss of frontman Scott Hutchison in May 2018.
on Monday, June 17, 2019
Words: Saam Das

New Yorker Julia Libani recently released her debut album 'Smooth Sailing' under her Julietta guise, and as an off-shoot, she managed to recruit Penguin Prison (aka Chris Glover) to twiddle the knobs on a remix of her album track 'Stripes + Squares'. The gleaming remix follows Penguin Prison's own recent comeback single, 'The Heat' - listen to both new tracks below.
on Thursday, June 13, 2019
Words: Saam Das

"Modern love to me is limitless. And it's cute as fuck too." So says Charli XCX at the end of her weird and wonderful new video for her ace recent collab with Lizzo, 'Blame It On Your Love'. Check out the fertility nymph-filled official music video for the track below.
on Wednesday, June 12, 2019
All Points East (Friday 31 May 2019, Victoria Park) // Words: Saam Das

Having ousted the likes of Field Day and Lovebox from East London's Victoria Park for a relatively successful debut All Points East in 2018, the festival-of-sorts returned for its second edition to cap off the spring season. With The Chemical Brothers, Bon Iver, and The Strokes headlining over its two weekends of music, here's our low-down of the Bring Me The Horizon-headlined day.
on Tuesday, June 11, 2019
Words: Saam Das

Yes, that's right, six time snooker World Championship winner Steve Davis has just put out his debut single, 'Brainsurgeons 3'. Having already established himself as a cult figure in the music world thanks to his DJ sets with Kavus Torabi, the duo have now also teamed up with Coil's Michael J York to form The Utopia Strong. Buckle in, a near-eleven-minute ride awaits.
on Monday, June 10, 2019
Words: Saam Das

The thought of Natasha Khan's return took us on a brief nostalgia trip to 2007, when we featured her then-burgeoning Bat For Lashes outlet back on one of our early podcasts. (Yeah, in 2007, before podcasts were cool.) We're pleased to report that returning number 'Kids In The Dark' shares much of the same kind of ambience that first attracted us to Bat For Lashes way back when, with a bit of a synthy twist.

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