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  • Album: George Ezra – Wanted On Voyage

    One of the most talked about artists of early 2014, George Ezra has now released debut album Wanted On Voyage to justify the hype.

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    Single: Garden – Blind Viper

    Raw, riotous, and exhaustively riveting, ‘Blind Viper’ is the song that you never knew you were waiting for.

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    Album: Kasabian – 48:13

    The ill-informed would assume that Kasabian are generally, a much loved British band that most people find hard to fault, but the barbarous truth is that Kasabian have always divided opinion.

  • Single: Jaws – Be Slowly

    On a triple news day from local favourites Jaws, the band announced upcoming release of their long-awaited debut album Be Slowly on September 15

  • EP: Charlotte Carpenter – Whole

    Albeit short and sweet, the EP shows Charlotte Carpenter at her best, an extremely talented singer/songwriter who defies her young years.

  • Single: EKKAH – 7AM

    EKKAH’s debut demo is furiously feel good and bang on time for bumping its way onto your already busy summer playlists

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    Single: The Horrors – So Now You Know

    If what they’ve put out from it so far is to serve as a clear indicator, Luminous is set to be The Horrors at their dreamiest yet.

  • EP: Superfood – MAM

    Superfood have broken out of the so called B-Town scene and made it their own; the release of their debut EP will without a doubt make everyone go crazy for everything Birmingham again.

  • Album: Wild Beasts – Present Tense

    The number of bands you can compare Wild Beasts to is whittling, and the four piece certainly stand triumphant in a sea of bands that don’t pay much attention to their delivery or lyrics.

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    EP: Women – Sleepin’ Blues

    We’d compare this release to a wild animal – it’s savage, and what’s more, it’s free.