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Single review: Rebel Westerns – Peaches

After a six date headline tour in March and a slot supporting Scotland’s own Prides, Edinburgh alt-pop outfit Rebel Westerns are back with their second single of the year, “Peaches”.  After a quiet few months in the studio, the indie five piece released their former single, “Envy”, accompanied by a long-awaited music video introducing John Cargill on guitar to add a …

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EP Review. Laura Brehm : Breathe

Laura Brehm’s EP Breathe, out now, is a delightful little album that digs deep into its content and doesn’t shy away from Brehm’s personal issues. Profound while still maintaining a light air, Brehm shows in just a few songs what she is made of both musically and emotionally. “Awake and …

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Single review: Too Good – Marsicans

Leeds born indie outfit Marsicans have blessed us with an abundance of singles since 2016’s The Absence album release, including 2017’s “Friends, but today meets Marsicans first new release of the year. “Too Good” earned its place as part of Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist across the UK, Holland, Sweden …

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Single Review: I Want More – LAYNE

LAYNE caught our attention with 2016’s EP The Black Hills, and an online presence holding tribute to Netflix’ original Stranger Things, beside an aesthetic carrying the same visual energy as their sound.  ITS FINALLY HERE; we are so happy to be back.. this is just the beginning! Much Love -LAYNE A post shared by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ LAYNE …

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Album review: LANY

For fans of Copeland or The 1975, one of Rolling Stone’s top 10 artists you need to know and a group that you definitely can’t avoid online is indie-pop outfit, LANY. LANY‘s music alone has built them publicity since 2015’s Make Out and I Loved You EP’s, but the band have since been teasing …

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