Big For Your Boots,
This unquestionable grime banger casts our returning hero as a down to earth “man of the house” who still “steals meat from the stew pot”.
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To Build A House,
Anyone in the market for a good shiver, or even a cry, this week should look no further than the south Londoner’s latest slab of modern soul.
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The Moonlandingz (feat. Rebecca Taylor)
The Strangle Of Anna,
The Sheffield outfit get slow, twisted and creepy over three-and-a-half sedative minutes. Their band practices must be fascinating.
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I Know A Place,
Glossy pop with positive messages within. Check out the just-dropped video for this single, from the Cali trio’s debut About U, out now.
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Raining On Hope Street,
Sometimes, a pretty indie jangle is enough. The Glaswegians’ latest hits like a dose of a nice, legal, over the counter pick me up.
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The title-track of the London quartet’s debut album, out Friday, is a bundle of nerves and angled guitars. Let it corkscrew into your skull.
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The Ballad Of Jimmy McCabe,
Would Paul Weller risk his mod-ish jawbone in the ring? Who knows, but this - from his boxing flick score - is latent, acoustic and rather pleasant.
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