Deaf Balloons bring light from darkness with The Black Country

Bringing light from the darkness of Wolverhampton, Deaf Balloons show they’re ready to take flight with The Black Country

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TRANSISTOR Fresh Picks: August 2018

Back with another set of fresh picks thanks to our friends at SYNCR, we take a look at some of August’s freshest new artists

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Miles Kane returns to form with Coup de Grace

Not the trainwreck other music publications will lead you to believe, Miles Kane’s third record is largely filler free.

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Riff University: Map of the Problematique by Muse

Exploring the dark themes, upbeat tempos and intricate riffs, Dr Oliver Butler is back for this week’s lecture on Map of the Problematique by Muse

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WhyNo? bottle the sweet essence of carefree youth on ‘Strawberry Sundays’

The latest track from this Glasgow four piece seems set on bringing good vibes to a wider audience.

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Riff University: Seek and Destroy by Metallica

One of, if not the most iconic Metallica song of all time, this week’s Riff University explores the writing, meaning and impact of Seek and Destroy.

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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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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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TRANSISTOR’S Record Store Day 2018 Picks

photo fae Nikki A. Rae at Record Store Day 2016 For those amongst us who enjoy the sound, smell, sight and sheer eye-watering expense of vinyl, Record Store Day is pretty much our musical Christmas, not least because vast sums of money will be spent on gifts, all of them for ourselves. However, with the sheer…

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