Slam Drunk 2018: Dying of Shame

Beer! Great music! Rip-off food! Slam Dunk 2018 had the lot. Oliver Butler chronicles the events of the day, misfortunes and all.

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A Wee Chat With…Anna Burch

The ‘Quit The Curse’ star discusses the shift from band member to solo artist, musical identity and earnest lyricism ahead of her show at The Hug and Pint.

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blanket carry you into the night sky with debut album How To Let Go

Carrying you into the night sky with their ethereal soundscapes, blanket provide a soundtrack to your own personal journey

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Pusha T delivers something old, something new and something borrowed with DAYTONA

Marrying old school hip hop with modern influences, plus Kanye West’s influence in production, Pusha T delivers plenty of promise with DAYTONA.

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The Golden Run Is Over: Solo Is Disney’s First Star Wars Dud

While it has its fun moments, Solo fails to justify its own existence.

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Riff University: Sorry, You’re Not A Winner by Enter Shikari

Shagbands, status updates and Shikari: This week’s Riff University explores the cultural impact of Sorry, You’re Not A Winner, right down to the three claps.

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Parquet Courts get “woke” on their latest LP ‘Wide Awake’

A refinement of Parquet Courts’ unique strengths, Wide Awake sees the NYC-based band at the peak of their lyrical and creative powers

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Courtney Barnett isn’t afraid to speak her mind on Tell Me How You Really Feel

Tackling topics like sexism, mental health and toxic masculinity, Courtney Barnett delivers a solid album with Tell Me How You Really Feel.

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Gig Review – Car Seat Headrest @ O2 ABC, Glasgow

Will Toledo isn’t your typical frontman, but he and his 6-piece live band put up a captivating show for the O2 ABC audience.

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