Wolf Gang entertain an intimate Unit

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Like a house gig the Wolf Gang boys take to the intimacy of the venue like a duck to water, it’s almost a throwback to the old days of Wolf Gang, before the… Continue reading

John Butler Trio lights up the Brixton Academy

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By Louis Hall Nearly four years on since the release of April Uprising, the John Butler Trio have toured the world to ever increasing audiences, fought for a variety of environmental causes, and… Continue reading

Bipolar Sunshine brings out the Summer vibes

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Festival season beware, Bipolar Sunshine is coming to get you with a mixture of hip-hop sounds and lo-fi beats, at Joiners they brought the warmth and in the summer they’ll bring the Sunshine.… Continue reading

The Horrors // Luminous // Review

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If ever there was a band to reignite your love of music, it is The Horrors. The quintet has delivered once more and Luminous burns brightly from start to finish. With more expansive… Continue reading

King Charles turns Southampton into Hawaii for one night only

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It’s smiles and cheers all round as Solent University presents King Charles to the Mo’ Club as a part of the annual SmileFest. Entering a new chapter in his career King Charles brings… Continue reading

God Damn spice up your morning

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Unveiling a new and riotous video for ‘Shoe Prints in the Dust’, God Damn are shouting from the rooftops for you to give them a listen and they’re well worth checking out. The… Continue reading

Dan Croll’s debut of summer sounds

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If Paul McCartney has given it the thumbs-up, you can probably expect it to be good. Dan Croll’s debut album certainly lives up to the expectations born of Macca’s endorsement. There are plenty… Continue reading

Skaters tip off their New Hat

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The most ferocious of tracks on Skaters debut LP Manhattan has been gifted a video that matches it’s fast, electric and brainstorming style. A song that at first listen sounds almost out of… Continue reading

Pharrell // G I R L // Review

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The sophomore release from Pharrell combines his alto-style vocals and production skills to turn out one of the funkiest and upbeat records of his career. Despite only being Pharrell’s second release as a… Continue reading

New York City embraces Southampton with Skaters and Drowners

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The bands from the Big Apple brought the big city chaos to the South Coast as the legendary Joiners hosted two of the hottest bands around and the result was delightful hysteria. Both… Continue reading