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Album reviews

Selena Gomez: Revival

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  Before I started listening to the album, I’ll admit that I had some preconceptions and expectations. All I really knew of Selena Gomez was that she was a bit poppy and...

Deafheaven: New Bermuda

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You could argue Deafheaven are deliberately releasing an album for each season: spring 2011’s Roads to Judah, summer 2013’s Sunbather, and now autumn 2015’s New Bermuda. And...

Fightstar: Behind the Devil's Back

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Following a triumphant return after a four-year hiatus, Fightstar have had a busy 2015. From an impromptu tour to celebrate their 10 years as a band, to headlining the third stage...

City and Colour: If I Should Go Before You

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It’s been a while since we heard from City and Colour. 2013’s release The Hurry and The Harm was well received by fans and critics alike. In the intermittent years between The...

Wavves: V

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Fran Tomlison shares her thoughts on the latest offering from Wavves...

Mercury Rev: The Light In You

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Daniel Pye reviews the latest album release by Mercury Rev ...

Editors: In Dream

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Leo Williams reviews the latest release by Editors....

Girls Names: Arms Around a Vision

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Ashley Reece-Evans reviews the latest offering from Girls Names...

Janet Jackson: Unbreakable

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Sophie Ahmed reviews Janet Jackson's latest offering....

Hurts: Surrender

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When Hurts’ frontman Theo Hutchinson talked about the band needing to ‘step forwards’, it was this album that would symbolise that move. He and Adam Anderson have...