594 RESULTS IN TAG "music":

Review: Wet Leg - Wet Leg

Indie-pop newcomers Wet Leg release their highly anticipated self-titled debut. A fun, fast-paced record which makes up for its lack of depth with witty lyricism and nostalgic instrumentation.
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Review: The Hara @ The Fleece

I have to say, from the first few songs performed by the Mancunian trio, I was sceptical as to whether they were my thing. Still, I endeavour to keep my review as fair as possible.
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Preview: Bristol Suspensions End of Year Show @ 1532 Performing Art Centre

After being compelled to put on hold their live shows for two long years, The Bristol Suspensions are back for an electrifying evening of showstoppers that is guaranteed to sweep you off your feet.
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Review: Father John Misty @ St George's

To describe Father John Misty. On the surface, a hipster beard with a jaded self-aware white man wrapped around it; topped off with a signature blazer and a forte for American folk and indie music. Below the surface, however, something far more - he also sports a newly shaven head.
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Single Review: Jamie xx - LET'S DO IT AGAIN

Romance seeps through Jamie xx’s debut In Colour due to its grounding in the UK rave scene and ties to the xx’s delicate youth enthused guitar driven tracks.
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