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Howlin’ Lord ‘Way Of The West’ | Single Review

Folk-rocker Howlin' Lord has come up with a winning recipe in his latest single 'Way of the West'.

Scarlet Rascal ‘Venus’ | Video

The first video from Bristol four-piece Scarlet Rascal has surfaced and it's bristling with not only post-punk influences, but a smouldering danger and quiet intensity.

Kadebostany | Preview

Start the Bus expects one of May's live music highlights, as Balkan synth-pop exponents Kadebostany hit town.

Teenager Declan McKenna’s emerging talent wins Glastonbury Festival prize

The unassuming schoolboy seemed a little overawed by the live finals of Glastonbury Festival's Emerging Talent Competition.

BOA (Better Off Alone)

Out of the ashes of Seasfire have risen the electronic three piece BOA.

Why Lucy Kitchen’s delicate dramas may take Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent crow

There were over 6,000 entries in to Glastonbury Festival's Emerging Talent Competition with the prize of a slot on a main stage waiting for the winner.

Will Princess Slayer win a Golden Ticket to one of Glastonbury...

Glastonbury Festival's Emerging Talent competition reaches its climax.

Wenonoah ‘Something Funny I Ate’ | Album Review

New to the Howling Owl nest, here comes Wenonoah's journey of a debut album.

Silver Waves ‘EP2’ | EP Review

The sound of a post-apocalyptic future has arrived with Silver Waves' 'EP2', which provides a challenging listen.

Therapy? | Preview

Therapy? have often challenged fans and record labels alike with their releases over the years, the bunch hit The Marble Factory this April.

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