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Mattiel | Mattiel

8/10 heavenly racket Mattiel Brown is something of a newbie in the pop world, but based on her barnstorming self-titled new LP she certainly knows

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Paul Weller | True Meanings

8/10 acoustic Jam. It’s been over twenty-five years since the ex-Jam and Style council ‘Modfather’ sat down with an acoustic guitar and knocked out the

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Django Django | Marble Skies

6/10 Blurred lines. Bands traditionally bristle at the idea of being “put in a pigeonhole”, the very prospect of not only denting their self-image as deathless

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Ben Howard | Noonday Dream

6/10 Half asleep. The third album from Britain’s favourite surfing folkie starts off promisingly enough with the aptly dreamy “Nica Libres At Dusk”; a swirling, gentle

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Laura Viers | The Lookout

7/10  Five years on from 2013’s “Warp & Weft” and it’s business as usual for the Oregon-based siren Laura Viers. Thanks to its breezy acoustica

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