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LIVE: Bleached and Dream Nails @ The Victoria, 20.06.17

Opening for LA band Bleached at The Victoria on this particularly sweaty Tuesday evening are Gigslutz favourites, ‘Feminist Punk Witches From Hell’ Dream Nails. At times like this, it’s more important than ever to have politically-charged bands, set on combining…

Glastonbury: The Clashes, The Secrets, The Songs

There are mere hours until the gates of Worthy Farm open again, for more fun than you can shake your body down to the ground at (yes, The Jacksons will be there). Don’t forget your sunscreen, you might need extra…

LIVE: Isle of Wight Festival 2017

How you experienced Isle Of Wight Festival 2017 depended upon how you chose to intoxicate your soul. Whether you were head-banging to Sheafs, effortlessly belting the words back to Bang Bang Romeo or quietly containing your spilling excitement as David…

Festival Guide: Kendal Calling

Where? Lowther Deer Park, Cumbria When? Thursday 27 – Sunday 30 July 2017 Who’s Headlining? Manic Street Preachers, Stereophonics & Franz Ferdinand Who else is on? Frank Turner, Jake Bugg, Slaves, DMA’s, Kate Nash, & More. This year includes big names in Indie,…

Premiere: The Wild Things – ‘F.I.A’

Following their last track ‘Tell Me Why’, The Wild Things are back with their hugely explosive new single, ‘F.I.A.’  ‘F.I.A’ was inspired by a desire to capture their high-energy live performance, a mean feat, no doubt, but one that The…

LISTEN: Soccer Mommy – ‘Out Worn’

Nashville-born NYU student Soccer Mommy (aka Sophie Allison) releases debut mini-album Collection this summer, after releasing songs on Bandcamp for the past few years. Her tender, harrowing exploration of adulthood and relationships is something indie music has been waiting for. New…

Introducing Interview: Baby Queens

Having released their eponymous debut album last year, and with airplay from the likes of Huw Stephens and Fern Cotton under their belts, things are looking bright in the world of Cardiff band Baby Queens. Skilfully fusing together elements of…

Introducing Interview: ULTRAS

Describing themselves as “violent pop for the patronised”, Scottish band ULTRAS are the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Gav Prentice. Having previously garnered support from the likes of Steve Lamacq and Gideon Coe on BBC 6 Music, and have wowed crowds supporting We…