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Black Gold's debut album throws in a bit of something for everyone, and emerges victorious
The third album from Brighton based alt-rockers
The debut solo album from the ex-Seahorses frontman takes an unexpected direction
We have no idea how Rosie discovered this band, but we're glad that she did!
Cosmo takes time out from planning for his upcoming tour to talk to us about his music, film making, and the state of the industry.
..or Werewolf, as the Spanish would say. Is the album just as changeable?
A mix of sounds and moods from album no.4
The ex Stone Roses frontman seems to be more eager than ever to leave his musical past behind with his sixth solo album
We chat to Jake ahead of the release of his debut album 'Many Fish to Fry'
Rosanna chats to founding member Paul Stapleton ahead of the nu-folk quartet's set at Big Session festival...
A wonderfully warm and personal debut from a modest virtuoso
Manchester Evening News Arena, 1/12/2007 7:30pm
Employment is the debut album by English rock band Kaiser Chiefs. It was released on March 7, 2005 on the B-Unique record label and went on to becoming the fourth best-selling album in the United Kingdom that year.
A year after its US/Canada release, Kathryn's debut solo album makes it to the UK
Keane take album number five on the road
An impressive first headline slot from the Nottingham Indie-Pop quintet.
Metric's fourth studio album checks in, and impresses all the way.
Morrissey's ninth studio album might be the one to finally convince doom-mongers that there's more to the man than misery.
Six albums in and still pushing boundaries
Fun, friendly indie pop
Brandon checks out Panic! at the Disco at Birmingham's HMV Institute
Nottingham Trent FM Arena, November 2008
The debut EP from Texas' self described Post-Indie-Pop-Rockers, track by track.
Dirty, catchy Leicester Grunge-Folk
The Charlotte, Leicester, 25 May 2005
After a couple of great singles, Spector's debut album is finally ready. Grace has a listen.
Spector play an intimate gig in Nottingham, Grace is there
Review of the debut album by indie-acoustic experimentalist, Stuart Newman
Hannah rolls with the punches during an intense gig at one of the city's newest venues
'I'm not saying that people should go around burning their towns, because there are enough towns on fire at the minute so...'
Rosie has a listen to "The Crookes" debut album and delivers her verdict
Hannah is left tired, but happy by The Joy Formidable
Rosie catches up with The Maccabees in Brighton for an explosive hometown gig
Rosie gets her hands on the latest album...
We chat to The Maccabees’ lead singer about spots, cheese-rolling and other cool stuff...
Gone is the softer side of The Maccabees.
Nottingham, 6th May 2009
Rachael's attempt at reviewing the madness that is The Pigeon Detectives
Gedge and the gang are on fine form with album no. 8
A delicate and moving folk debut from Denmark
Those Dancing Days are an indie pop band from Nacka, a suburb of Stockholm, Sweden, formed in 2005.
The hotly tipped Welsh indie-popsters drop in on Leicester
We meet Joe, Conor and Andy from the Weekend Schemers...
The New York trio shift from guitars to synths and aim straight for the dancefloor.
Formed in 2010 and had their first single 'One Last Breath' played out on Radio 2, we can see big things happening for the band