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INTERVIEW: The Wombats

With their new album, Glitterbug, set for release on Monday (13th April) and a UK tour currently underway, The Wombats are hot property – and pretty it’s easy to see why. Surpassing the nostalgic glow that surrounds their earlier hits, the…

ALBUM: Say Lou Lou ‘Lucid Dreaming’

Rating: Over the last few years, Scandinavian duo Say Lou Lou have been steadily crafting a reputation for making classy, considered pop music. With a string of seductive singles and collaborations with the likes of Chet Faker, the band have teased their…

Nneka LIVE @ Village Underground, 7.4.15

Village Underground in Shoreditch was the scene for Nigerian artist Nneka to showcase material from her brand new release My Fairy Tales amongst older classic tracks from her back catalogue, to a huge crowd of passionate and very vocal fans….

EP: Jamie T ‘Magnolia Melancholia’

Rating: Jamie T fans rejoiced at the news that they wouldn’t have to wait another five years for his next offering – just six months on, he’s back with a beautifully elegant EP, boasting the strength of six songs. Magnolia Melancholia begins with the already…

Gigslutz Urban: Fresh This Week (3.4.15)

With so much music out there to get your ears around, we thought we’d put together a little weekly package to introduce you to some of the tunes that we think you need to hear this week. Our ‘Fresh This…

LIVE: Dotan – The Borderline 26.03.15

Not enough is said about the incredible talents of Dotan Harpenau, or just Dotan to his growing following, but that all looks set to change after his spellbinding performance at The Borderline on Thursday night. Seemingly appearing out of nowhere,…

INTERVIEW: Neal X from The Montecristos

Neal X, one-man-razor-riff of sci-fi-future-rock cause celebres Sigue Sigue Sputnik talks working with Giorgio Moroder, enduring Stock Aitken and Waterman, demanding the impossible, being endorsed by Bowie, skyscraper quiffs, adding glam(our) to bleak Britain, new projects and why Sputnik will…

ALBUM: Benjamin Clementine ‘At Least For Now’

Rating: A cloaked figure, nimble fingers and bare feet sits in front of his piano. Surrounded by the watchful eyes of Sir Paul McCartney and Alex Turner, his captivating performance transfixes the entire audience in silent reverie. It was this…