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The Grass Is Always Greener For Apre
Apre, one of our latest additions to the line-up, have released the quirky music video for their latest single ‘Gap Year 2008’. The tune adds a refreshing twist to the production duo’s catalogue as they blend twanged acoustic guitar melodies with their signature mellow hip hop beats. Carrying the concept of “getting away from reality to […]
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The Vaccines’ Debut Turns 8!
It’s hard to believe that 2011 was eight years ago, especially when you realise that after this week, that’s how long The Vaccines’ iconic debut album has been out… The indie five-piece released What Did You Expect From The Vaccines? via Columbia Records, and it is still one of their most successful releases to date. The Vaccines […]
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Average Joe Drowns His Sorrows In New Single ‘FFS’
Once again, Stoke’s own singer-songwriter Average Joe is proving that he’s more talented than his name suggests. His latest single ‘FFS’, which premiered on Clash on Friday, opens up the discourse of communication within relationships, conflicting abrasive and brutish rapped lyrics layered over slow, swung melodies with skill. He stated “‘FFS’ is about how text […]
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Sam Fender Drops “Unorthodox Love Song” ‘Hypersonic Missiles’
Last night, the newly crowed BRITS Critics’ Choice winner released his latest soft rock single which premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show last as her Hottest Record In The World. ‘Hypersonic Missiles’ follows the thoughts of “a complete tin foil hatter”, according to Fender, who is convinced the world is about to end but is helpless […]
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13 New Acts Announced!
13 more names have been added to the already enticing Neighbourhood Weekender line-up as part of our second wave of announcements… Saturday’s list now includes The Twang, Ten Tonnes, The Howl & The Hum, Glass Caves, Larkins and Vida, and Sunday’s additions are White Lies, The Futureheads, The Snuts, Inhaler, The K’s, Apre and Orla Gartland. This month’s been full of new releases from some of these artists, […]
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Sea Girls Release Electric New Single
This week, London indie quartet Sea Girls have dropped their latest single ‘Open Up Your Head’. Premiering on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show as her Hottest Record, it’s already received high praise across the board. Frontman Henry Camamile said the track is about “being your own worst enemy but having someone believing in you unconditionally. […]
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Let No Hot Ashes Curate Your Valentine’s Day
Looking for a quality playlist for Valentine’s Day that’s alternative and romantic? Well thanks to No Hot Ashes, we’ve got the perfect thing… The Stockport collective have compiled three hours’ worth of top love tracks that you can listen to all year round. Slipping in their own indie funk banger ‘Goose’ amongst the likes of Elton John, Lana […]
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Clean Cut Kid Announce 2nd Album
Indie pop collective Clean Cut Kid have shared details of their upcoming album Painwave, due 29th March. Painwave will include all three songs from October’s EP Painkiller, ‘Emily’, ‘Slow Progress’ and ‘Stay Awake’, as well as new single ‘Deafening’. The band went independent for this record, choosing to stray from Polydor and to write, record, mix and engineer the […]
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Q&A: The Slow Reader’s Club
The Slow Reader’s Club   You’re about to go on tour and will soon be performing at Neighbourhood Weekender what can the audience expect? Yeah will be playing Neighbourhood right off the back of our biggest ever U.K. tour and first tour of Europe (47 dates) so you should be in for a pretty nailed […]
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🔥 Quick Fire Questions With… Kate Nash
What’s the best piece advice you’ve received? Don’t let the bastards get you down. And listen to what & who  people tell you they are. Hear it. Who’s your inspiration? My inspiration is my dog, she’s only ever being 100 % herself. It’s amazing. If you weren’t in the music industry – what would you […]
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