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INTERVIEW: Shystie

Having released her debut album in 2004, Shystie has been a jack of all trades with successful acting roles in pioneering British show Dubplate Drama and the award winning UK film Adulthood, as well as an appearance in Vogue after…

Album Review: Ryan Adams ‘1984’

Rating: With such a long and productive career, it’s not surprising that Ryan Adams has done the whole reverential thing once or twice, in 2010 ‘Orion’ saw him turn away from softly-softly alt country all the way to sci-fi metal. This…

ALBUM REVIEW: The Kooks ‘Listen’

Rating: Listen up because Brighton boys The Kooks are back in town and by the sounds of their latest release, they’re here to stay. Even though the world had grown tired of The Kooks’ feel-good pop anthems by 2011’s release…

Singles Reviews: Released 01.09.14

The Singles Reviews give the Gigslutz writers an opportunity to listen to songs that wouldn’t usually pop up on their iPod, no matter how many times they shuffled. Sometimes they’re pleasantly surprised by a track by an artist they’d usually…

INTERVIEW: Yellows

With his latest EP No Ego due out next month, Matt Tarr caught up with North London rapper/songwriter Yellows to discuss the upcoming release, his collaboration with Paigey Cakey and where he aspires to perform in the future. MT: How would…

Leeds Festival 2014 – Weekend Highlights

If your wellies gave you blisters, clap your hands. If your hair was 95% grease, clap your hands. If you’re losing your voice, clap your hands. If you had the energy to clap your hands for any of the above…

ALBUM REVIEW: DZ Deathrays ‘Black Rat’

Rating: Death-disco duo DZ Deathrays are  back. Another duo you say? Yes. But don’t worry, there isn’t a sniff of blues to be found here. Promise. 2012’s Bloodstreams was the Aussie’s first full length effort and packed one hell of a…

Album Review: Courteeners ‘Concrete Love’

Rating: Courteeners fourth studio album Concrete Love tastes like having a dish at a restaurant for the second time – it’s not as good as you remember. The whole album feels very much like it wasn’t left to cook for…

10 OF THE BEST MUSIC DOCUMENTARIES

To celebrate the release of new documentaries about two of our fave artists – Nick Cave’s 20,000 Days on Earth and Big Star’s Nothing Can Hurt Me – Gigslutz presents ten of the most captivating films to explore the stories behind…