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Articles by: Harley Cassidy

by 21 Nov 2018

Watch: Fur release video for new single ‘Angel Eyes’

Wholesome content is the theme for Autumn 2018. It’s the next frontier in Internet culture. It’s a reminder that there’s some semblance of good in the world. It’s fuelled by lush landscapes, cute animals and an undying correspondence with the…

by 06 Nov 2018

Interview: We catch up with The Orielles as they release two new tracks

The Orielles have always been a band with a thirst for adventure. They see a genre they like, dismantle it, withdraw the parts they desire and re-mould it in to something entirely their own. Their debut album, Silver Dollar Moment,…

by 25 Oct 2018

Review: Warmduscher; a weapon against the simplistic, straight-jacket within

Warmduscher make music to dematerialise the catatonia; bawdy, mercurial and never dull, their combination of Beefheart blues and Funkadelic groove, always transcribes to a raucous live show where every song vies for attention, flitting between doo-wop soul and cacophonous mayhem…

by 11 Sep 2018

Review: End of the Road Festival

I have never been more enamoured with a festival like I have with End Of The Road. The first reason is because, normally, I fucking hate silent discos. End Of The Road’s silent disco is the silent disco in which…

by 13 Jul 2018

Listen: Children of the State release Fat Whites produced debut EP

This afternoon we are proud to present, for all the messed-up children of this world, the debut offering from the Children of the State; a band of self-described ‘peyote punks’ who are so enamoured with the notion of freewheeling that…

by 05 Jun 2018

Review: Confidence Man Get Down At Village Underground

There’s been much debate as to whether Confidence Man are a gift worth receiving in 2018. A portion of people acknowledge them as the dose of hedonism we all need right now. Some think they’re the best thing since Talking…

by 08 May 2017

Review: FestEvol Gardens livens up Liverpool’s Bank Holiday Weekend

It’s bank holiday Sunday and Liverpool’s Invisible Wind Factory has been dolled up to the eyeballs as FestEvol begins a 12 hour-long assault of the senses. The venue, in short, is simply astonishing. Grandiose yet unpretentious, it oozes the kind…