live review // Rebeka at the Espresso Library
Polish, electro-pop duo impress at debut Espresso Library gig
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard announce new single
New LP 'Paper Mâché Dream Balloon' out November 13th
Sundara Karma share new song ‘Vivienne’
New track is first single from forthcoming 'EP II'
Exclusive new video ‘Knife’ by Tape Runs Out
First listen to Tape Runs Out's latest adventures in audio with 'Knife', a fuzzy hug of a track for fans of dream pop, shoegaze and nugaze.
album review // Holden Girls ‘Real Doubt’
"The band have stretched their sound to record this – actively, deliberately. It’s towering and immense; the sound of a group becoming more themselves."
The Bodies announce debut EP
Debut EP set for release in October - stream lead track
DIIV share new track ‘Dopamine’
New track taken from upcoming LP 'Is The Is Are'
live review // PINS at The Portland Arms, Cambridge
PINS are now a band on top of their game as purveyors of brooding guitar pop. Tonight emphasized these gals are substance and style.
Splashh share new track, ‘Pure Blue’ play Cambridge
Splashh play Cambridge Junction with Peace in October
TRAAMS share new track ‘Silver Lining’
Band's sophomore album is due out in November
TUFF LOVE share new single ‘Duke’ & announce new EP
'Dregs' is due Nov 6th via Lost Map Records. UK tour this November
live review // Space-Time: The Multiverse at Wysing Arts Centre
Wysing Arts Centre's annual festival returns with a phenomenal programme of experimental music. Daniel Pitt and Wesley Freeman-Smith share their collected highlights.
album review // Low ‘Ones and Sixes’
"one of Low’s most difficult to decipher. It’s a varied release with some career highlights, many of the songs making a lot of sense in the context of the album."
album review // The Black Tambourines – ‘Freedom’
Following the release of their acclaimed eponymous debut album, The Black Tambourines return with their second album
album review // FIDLAR ‘Too’
The new album showcases a band that continues to fine-tune its sonic approach while also highlighting a more introspective and revelatory approach to songwriting
album review // The Fratellis ‘Eyes Wide Tongue Tide’
We're left frustrated with the new Fratellis album ahead of their Cambridge gig
Primetime share new song ‘Anyway’
Band open for Joanna Gruesome at Scala on September 20th
Hinds announce debut album
Band's debut announced for January - stream new track 'Garden'
Trust Fund announce new album ‘Seems Unfair’
New LP out October 30th - band share 'Football' video
Allusondrugs return with new double A-Side single
Band release new material ahead of tour with Brawlers
Snøskred share debut single ‘Puzzle’
Debut album planned for early 2016
live review // Mark Lanegan Band at the Cambridge Junction
"Lanegan and his group are a tight unit, building up a repertoire of varied, excellent songs."
live review // McBusted at Newmarket Nights
"I had been afraid that the gig would feel somewhat like flogging a dead horse..."
album review // Thomas Ragsdale ‘Bait’
"As delicate as it is desolate, Bait retains a cinematic quality - flawlessly attentive to the visual qualities of sound and masterful in its pacing."
album review // Laura Cannell ‘Beneath Swooping Talons’
"There are melodies within melodies, the dissonance between these different voices is part of what makes the album so haunting."
Cambridge Junction’s Junkyard reviewed
Apprentices become masters with event showcasing inventiveness and originality
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