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Hauntology, Luton, chart success and working with Ross Orton. Continue reading “People are angry about the state of this country” – In deep with dance trio Regressive Left.
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Patient verses move into frenzied instrumental corridors, its chaos embraced and kept on the tracks. Continue reading Speed Wunderground signees Joyeria share ‘Colour Film’ and announce EP.
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An effortless fizz and fusion of blues, rockabilly and indie rock. Continue reading Holiday Ghosts offer rollicking garage rock brilliance on new EP ‘Credit Note’.
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