Bambara at The FADER

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Bambara at The FADER

A love song for suburban armageddon, “Serafina” sinks its claws in and holds on for dear life — tenderness as a means of survival.
— The FADER

Miss June at Metro

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Miss June at Metro

That she’d even consider juggling two demanding careers in their take-off phase says a lot about Annabel’s commitment and ferocious work ethic
— Metro

Binker Golding and Michael Janisch at Stereogum

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Binker Golding and Michael Janisch at Stereogum

The music is a combination of contemporary London jazz (emphatic, rhythmically sturdy, seemingly built for dancing as much as head-nodding) and late ’60s/early ’70s post-bop, with tricky melodies and lush chords.
— Stereogum

Son Little at AfroPunk

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Son Little at AfroPunk

There’s something about Son Little’s “Hey Rose” that just feels like the perfect fall song.
— AfroPunk

FUR at DIY

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FUR at DIY

After their fab self-titled debut EP dropped earlier this year, FUR have shared their second follow-up new song with latest bop ‘Trouble Always Finds Me’.
— DIY

LIFE at NME

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LIFE at NME

Hull rant punk upstarts LIFE are staging what might well be the most ironic launch party of all time for their second album ‘A Picture Of Good Health’. Shroom shish with acid wine sauce all round!
— NME

Miss June at Dork

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Miss June at Dork

Noisy New Zealanders Miss June have recently broken their way into the UK with the release of debut album ‘Bad Luck Party’, a record that’s equal parts fun and intimate, tackling personal topics via raucous, party-worthy anthems.
— Dork

Dry Cleaning at NME

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Dry Cleaning at NME

Dry Cleaning: the London group uniting murky post-punk, Meghan Markle and really weird YouTube comments.
— NME

LIFE at DIY

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LIFE at DIY

For years, Hull’s LIFE have sat on the peripheries, but recently their socially-charged punk has started to resonate further out.
— DIY

Fontaines D.C at The Independent

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Fontaines D.C at The Independent

Fontaines DC’s debut album Dogrel is punctuated by superb guitar licks and singer Grian Chatten’s droll but keenly observational lyrics, which sound as though they’re delivered by a man standing on the corner of a rain-flecked street in Dublin.
— The Independent

Jens Carelius at Folk Radio

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Jens Carelius at Folk Radio

The genius of Opsi lies in the ability of Jens Carelius to capture a portrait of a man who was fascinating not only for what he did but who he was.
— Folk Radio

Black Belt Eagle Scout at The Guardian

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Black Belt Eagle Scout at The Guardian

Lusher and richer than 2018’s Mother of My Children, this second album, on which she plays every instrument, billows like mountain mists.
— The Guardian

Shanghai Restoration Project at Pop Matters

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Shanghai Restoration Project at Pop Matters

Brooklyn-based electronic duo Shanghai Restoration Project describe their new single “Tactile Sonic Glide” as “a reaction to the increasingly fragmented and mindless sound-bite culture we live in”.
— Pop Matters

Spielbergs at The FADER

Spielbergs at The FADER

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This Is Not The End by Norway’s Spielbergs is one of the year’s most triumphant rock albums.
— THE FADER