Carry Fire by Robert Plant Considering his status in the music world, it would be easy for Robert Plant to rest on his Led Zeppelin laurels and make the occasional outing to perform, yet, Plant has continued to explore the realms of world music with a number of different artists in tow.


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Clean Cut Kid Liverpool band Clean Cut Kid are heading out on tour next month with a 10-date tour, off the back of the release of their debut album 'Felt' back in May. The four-piece are one of the most exciting breakthrough bands in the UK with an inventive take on anthemic guitar-pop.


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Album Review: Avalon British-born singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin has an impressive track record with a discography consisting of two studio albums, now six EP’s, three live albums and nine singles. Her most recent EP, ‘Avalon’ was released on the 6th of October after releasing her first single from the album, ‘Waking Up Slow’ in August this year.


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Pale Honey With a solid debut album under Pale Honey’s belt, one thing is clear about follow-up ‘Devotion’ from the offset: the two-piece have found their feet. Sparse indie rock is the mainstay across the record, from understated opener ‘Replace Me’ to ‘Golden’, in which their brand of agitated rock shines.


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The Head Atlanta rock band The Head officially release their new full length album Space his Autumn to coincide with an extensive run of shows. Currently on tour in the US, the band’s current run spans over 50 dates, including 14 cities across the UK.


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Slaughter Beach, Dog With some musicians, the phrase ‘side project’ would strike fear into even their most ardent fans. The general consensus being that to step away from their main band is to indulge their most eye rollingly, pretentious whims. Occasionally though, a side project comes along that may just be a match for the band that spawned them. Slaughter Beach, Dog are the brain child of Modern Baseball’s Jake Ewald.


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The Hoosiers The Hoosiers are out and about with a massive UK tour throughout the Autumn to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their debut album 'The Trick of Life' - which they'll be playing in its entirety. 2007 saw the band explode upon an unsuspecting public with their debut album “The Trick To Life”, which reached the top of the album charts and spawned the indie-pop classics ‘Worried About Ray’ and ‘Goodbye Mr A’, which still pack out indie dance floors a decade later.


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Prawn Prawn are a slow burn band, they create space in the brain on a reflective autumnal day. ‘Run’ is not a record that demands attention from the very first listen; which leaves it open for the most intense criticism as a follow up to their sophomore record ‘Kingfisher’.


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Richard Thompson and his Electric Trio Legendary singer, songwriter and guitarist Richard Thompson is certainly a workaholic and is prolific in his recorded output. As well as frequent touring and producing new work on studio albums he has recently started to revisit some of his past work. Following the release of ‘Acoustic Classics Vol. II’ to great reviews in August, Richard Thompson will release ‘Acoustic Rarities’ (Beeswing via Proper Distribution) on October 6, just ahead of his UK tour. ‘Acoustic Rarities’ is new recordings of some of the more obscure songs in the Thompson catalogue, some previously existing only as cover versions.

Richard Thompson was recently named by Rolling Stone as one of the Top 20 Guitarists of All Time and is one of the world’s most critically acclaimed and prolific songwriters.


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Candice Gordon Candice Gordon is definitely one of the more interesting and intriguing propositions in the music scene 2017. In the world of singer / songwriters, pop and various takers on indie, Gordon takes her inspiration from the darker side of brooding sonic landscapes beautifully and intrinsically bound together in haunting melodies and lyrical prowess in a post- post punk generation.


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Deer Tick Deer Tick’s music has always floated somewhere between country-folk and indie-rock. Flirting with the two harmoniously on 2013’s ‘Negativity’, they return now with a double album, which allows them to separate their two main influences and explore the exactness of each genre.


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Beyond the Tracks Beyond The Tracks is a brand new, three day, green field festival taking place at Birmingham’s Eastside City Park this September. Featuring some of the most revered names in UK music and the brightest new stars, the festival is a welcome addition to the musical offering of the UK’s second city!


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Starsailor Some 16 years after their critically acclaimed debut release, ‘Love Is Here’, Starsailor return with their 5th studio album ‘All This Life’. It’s also 8 years since previous studio release ‘All The Plans’. Prolific is not a word you’d associate with Starsailor.


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Reverend and the Makers So Reverend and the Makers return with their new offering ‘ The Death of a King’ Initially born our of a collective of musicians the core of Jon McClure, Ed Cosens, Joe Carnall , Laura McClure and Ryan Jenkinson, this outing shares vocal duties amongst band members and chuck in a few friends as good measure and provides and eclectic and infectious outing.


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