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ALBUM REVIEW: The 1975 – Being Funny In A Foreign Language

Ever since their breakout single 'Chocolate' back in 2013, The 1975 have continuously stepped up the standards of what it is to be a successful modern-day indie-rock outfit. Fresh off the controversial 'Notes On A Conditional Form;, can The 1975 climb back up to the peaks their music has previously reached?


Circa Waves are a staple of the UK indie-rock scene, coming up to eight years since their iconic debut 'Young Chasers'. The band have gone from strength to strength ever since this LP, with sets in front of tens of thousands of people on main stages now the norm for the band. We caught up with vocalist Kieran Shudall and bassist Sam Rourke at Leeds Festival to discuss their summer of festivals, their new EP 'Hell on Earth' and more.
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ALBUM REVIEW: Behemoth – Opvs Contra Natvram

Behemoth are a 21st century black metal band who are creating a legacy. After their ground-breaking 2014 LP 'The Satanist', the band seemingly haven’t stopped touring. Their brand of brutality and at times, melody, has seen them go to the top of many festival bills. So, does their latest full-length effort live up to their previous work?


THUMPER are one of a whole host of talented bands that hail from Dublin. Following in the modern footsteps of Fontaines D.C. and The Murder Capital, and inspired by Dublin's creative hub, THUMPER are trying to bring an exciting brand of chaotic yet thoughtful music to the ears of many. Following the release of their debut 'Delusions of Grandeur', we spoke to lead singer Oisín Furlong and guitarist Alan Dooley about the band’s gradual rise.
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ALBUM REVIEW: Parkway Drive – Darker Still

Parkway Drive are one of the great modern metal bands. Growing from their metalcore roots to a classic metal style that incorporates everything from whistling to orchestras, they have certainly divided opinion - so does 'Darker Still' settle this?
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ALBUM REVIEW: The Chats – Get Fucked

The Chats are every geezer's favourite modern day punk band. Despite being in their early 20s it feels as if they are veterans of the scene, and despite being only their second full length record, 'Get Fucked' tells tales of fast cars, rising cigarette prices, drinking, and being struck by lightning – what’s not to like?


Boston Manor are one of the best British prospects from the current era of rock music. Their brand of melodic, heavy, and sonically sound music has caught fans' attention from across the globe. We spoke to lead singer Henry Cox at 2000trees to discuss their upcoming album 'Datura', their love of the festival, and what the rest of the year will bring.
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