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FESTIVAL REVIEW: All Points East Festival 2019, Victoria Park, London, 31/05/2019

FESTIVAL REVIEW: All Points East Festival 2019, Victoria Park, London, 31/05/2019

A two weekend takeover of music, All Points East Festival returns for its second year, residing in London’s leafy Victoria Park. Playing host to some of the most exciting names in music, the festival’s rock ruling line-up on Friday 31st May saw headliners Bring Me The Horizon play a career-spanning set. The band’s self-curated bill brought performances from Architects, Employed To Serve, IDLES, Run The Jewels, Scarlxrd, Sleeping With Sirens,While She Sleeps and more across the festival’s six stages.

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EP REVIEW: MØL- I/II

EP REVIEW: MØL- I/II

With debut LP ‘Jord’, MØL’s genre fluid musicianship has been widely complimented. Their re-released EPs, ‘I’ and ‘II’, show where it all began.

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ALBUM REVIEW: The LaFontaines – Junior

ALBUM REVIEW: The LaFontaines – Junior

The LaFontaines have got personal on their third album ‘Junior’, set for release this week via SO Recordings. The Scottish trio have stuck to their genre-mixing ways to create a varied body of music, which looks set to delight fans both old and new.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Jeanines – Jeanines

ALBUM REVIEW: Jeanines – Jeanines

Brooklyn’s Alicia Jeanine and Jed Smith bring to the table a joyous blend of 2019 nostalgic DIY indie pop and 60’s surf rock in their punchy inaugural album: Jeanines.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Dude Trips – Through Love & Death, You’re All I Have Left

ALBUM REVIEW: Dude Trips – Through Love & Death, You’re All I Have Left

With the release of their debut full length record ‘Through Love & Death, You’re All I Have Left’, Scottish sad rockers Dude Trips have placed themselves in a great position to become your new favourite band.

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EP REVIEW: Ruled by Raptors – Ouroboros

EP REVIEW: Ruled by Raptors – Ouroboros

After playing as MC Lars’ backing band and supporting him on tour, there is a lot riding on this debut Ruled By Raptors release. Will it be the catalyst for a meteoric rise?

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ALBUM REVIEW: Zeal & Ardor – Live in London

ALBUM REVIEW: Zeal & Ardor – Live in London

Zeal & Ardor brought their unique sound to London in December, and the results are captured in the aptly titled ‘Live In London’ album for us to experience.

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EP REVIEW: OHNOVA – I Can’t Sleep

EP REVIEW: OHNOVA – I Can’t Sleep

Glasgow’s OHNOVA bring their mix of alternative meets big-riff rock on five track EP ‘I Can’t Sleep’. The neoteric desert rock trinity of Paul Morton, Matthew Sharp and Ciaran Whyte has started to reap rewards, after finding latest single Heavy Smile surface on the radio waves, and they’ll be hoping to continue that trend with this latest release.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Weatherstate – Born A Cynic

ALBUM REVIEW: Weatherstate – Born A Cynic

‘Born A Cynic’, the first full-length from Bristol’s Weatherstate comes with the caveat of reputation based pressure, but has all of the touring led them towards a standout debut?

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ALBUM REVIEW: Employed To Serve – Eternal Forward Motion

ALBUM REVIEW: Employed To Serve – Eternal Forward Motion

It’s been a whirlwind six months for UK five-piece Employed To Serve. The end of 2018 saw the band ink a deal with Spinefarm Records, with the first half of 2019 preparing them for the release of their third album Eternal Forward Motion. After the success of 2017’s The Warmth Of A Dying Sun, is this highly anticipated release going to propel Employed To Serve even further or leave them stagnant?

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