Top 40 Albums of 2017

Misery, joy, experimentation: music in 2017 brought all of this as well as more and we’ve got the list to prove it.

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Track Review: Babe Punch – Stanford

Rage fuelled and drenched in heartbreaking reality, Babe Punch sock it to the privileged on Stanford.

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Top 20 Tracks of 2017 (So Far)

As we reach the halfway point of 2017, the blinkclyro team count down the best tracks this year has to offer.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Brockhampton – Saturation

Personal and punky, the debut album from Brockhampton breaks new ground with familiar influences.

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ALBUM REVIEW: CIGARETTES AFTER SEX – S/T

Cigarettes After Sex’s debut LP is a transparent and romance drenched piece of work, albeit a flawed one.

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TRACK REVIEW: Sweet White – Lovers

By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) Showing themselves as an act who like to spend time working on their craft rather than rushing it out, Sweet White have returned with a brand-spanking new single named Lovers. Following up the success of Genine, which you can read more about here, the five or so months in the lab has…

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TRACK REVIEW: Resolute – Walk With Me

By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) Hailing from the mystic land of the ice and snow, most commonly known as the West Midlands, Resolute mark a shift that’s become more apparent in music as of late which is a move towards incorporating other genres in order to revive the carcuses. With other genres starting to stagnate, no name…

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PUP + TRASH BOAT @ QMU – 04/02/2017

By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) Seeing as both Canadian punk act PUP and British pop punkers Trash Boat had an amazing with 2016 with the release of The Dream Is Over and I Know That Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through respectively, it was a no-brainer that The Wonder Years would invite the…

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TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB @ BARROWLANDS- 03/02/17

By Liam Menzies (@blinkclyro) Having been in hiding for what seemed like a lifetime, which in reality was only four years but a few months can feel like a year in the music world, Irish rock outfit Two Door Cinema Club returned to Scotland with a whole new sound and, for frontman Alex Trimble, a whole…

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