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ALBUM: Bouts – ‘Flow’

Dublin’s Bouts have returned after a five year hiatus with their new album Flow, and it’s a welcome breath of fresh, clean-cut indie air. Released via Wonkey Karousel Records, the record is a seamless blend of optimism and hope, with…

Introducing Interview: Safe to Swim

Brighton Newcomers, Safe to Swim, have been making big waves since supporting The Night Cafe, BLOXX and Anteros. Gigslutz caught up with the band to discuss their brand new single, their inspirations and their backgrounds. Firstly, what is the story behind the band? How did…

INTERVIEW: FALSE HEADS

Before their sold out show in Manchester, we caught up with London three-piece False Heads. We talked their latest EP ‘Less Is Better’ and the negative state our world is currently – across a few pints. 

TRACK: Ella Grace – ‘Run’

London-newcomer Ella Grace presents whimsical pop track ‘Run’ in a follow-up to her acclaimed debut ‘Here We Are Again’. Her music offers a raw approach to tougher topics a lot of mainstream artists stray from, like the painful side of…

INTERVIEW: DMA’s

The DMA’s arrived on our shores with the whir of a klaxon as they dropped their second studio album For Now on April 27th 2018. It came complete with a signing and brief acoustic performance at Rough Trade East, before…

Cabbage

LIVE: Cabbage @ Manchester Art Gallery, 03.04.18

The arrival of Cabbage‘s debut album Nihilistic Glamour Shots is one that has been long-awaited. Dreamt about, written about, we have eagerly anticipated the launch of their (hopefully) long-chain of albums as an active band. Knowingly controversial, Cabbage is indie music’s…

TRACK: Ben Howard – ‘A Boat To An Island On The Wall’

A lot has happened since 2014; topically, typically and technologically. It’s a different world since Ben Howard’s last studio album. I Forget Where We Were summarised the ideologies of many of his youthful fanbase. The subsequent arena tour, and his top…

Track: Cabbage – ‘Preach To The Converted’

Mention the words ‘Cabbage’ and ‘album’ and ears prick up. Reactions are gauged and opinions voiced by any music fan with an ear close to the vast ground paced by the Mossley punk-rock quintet. It seems all too surprising Cabbage haven’t…