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Live Review: Mac Demarco at the Brighton Dome – 27 November

Mac’s back, baby. The Canadian flannel shirt magnet played his first Brighton show since 2014 at The Dome on 27 November, and things got a little bit…weird. It’s immediately clear he’s on top form. The sound, bolstered with the help of a live band, easily filling the venue. Opener ‘On The // Read More

by × December 6, 2017 ×

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Animal House at The Hope & Ruin

Animal House at The Hope & Ruin

Australia may not be known for its cowboys, but that news doesn’t seem to have reached the ears of Animal House. The band come on in spurs, stetsons and questionable shirts, firing pound shop pistols and sharing the stage with cacti made from fairy lights. It’s a sight to behold, // Read More

by × August 7, 2017 ×

Articles, Music, What's On

20 acts to see at this year’s Great Escape festival (3/4)

20 acts to see at this year’s Great Escape festival (3/4)

Another week, another five acts. It’s bloody exhausting, isn’t it? But it’s worth it, because all of them are great, so stop complaining. See below for this week’s five, don’t enjoy yourselves too much (but do enjoy yourself a little bit). Salen Salen is a village in Sweden with 652 // Read More

by × May 5, 2017 ×

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20 Acts to see at this year’s Great Escape Festival (2/4)

20 Acts to see at this year’s Great Escape Festival (2/4)

You’ve had a whole week to listen to the five acts we recommended for The Great Escape, so if you’ve done that then well done. If you haven’t then we aren’t angry, we’re just disappointed. But don’t worry, here’s five more you can check out to make up for it! // Read More

by × April 29, 2017 ×

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20 Acts to see at this year’s Great Escape Festival (1/4)

20 Acts to see at this year’s Great Escape Festival (1/4)

The Great Escape is all about new music. Sure, there are bands like Slaves playing, but they’re just to sell tickets to the unassuming. Dig deeper and it’s all sweet, sweet new music. “But I don’t know any new music!” We hear you wail, wiping your dribbling nose on the sleeve // Read More

by × April 20, 2017 ×

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Sweetmates drop a four track Disco Turd, and it sounds great

Sweetmates drop a four track Disco Turd, and it sounds great

    Just when you thought your summer wasn’t going to have a soundtrack, Sweetmates have dropped their debut EP, and it’s a banger. Combining the house-inspired electronic drums of producer Declan Rogers with singer/guitarist Sam Bunker’s emotional lyricism, Disco Turd manages to straddle the indie/electro divide like it’s the // Read More

by × April 1, 2017 ×

Reviews

A first look at Get Inuit’s new single “Barbiturates”

A first look at Get Inuit’s new single “Barbiturates”

Kent based band Get Inuit have been busy the last few months. Supporting Spring King on tour, playing Reading, Leeds, Y Not, Truck Festival and even squeezing in some headline dates in between, you’d forgive them for having a bit of time off. Instead, they’ve just released a brand new // Read More

by × January 5, 2017 ×

Music

Watch Maya’s colourful music video for ‘In The Grey’

Watch Maya’s colourful music video for ‘In The Grey’

Māyā have kickstarted the new year with a new music video. Watch ‘In The Grey’ below and make sure you subscribe to our channel!

by × January 4, 2017 ×

Music

Edward Sansom has released ‘The Talk’

Edward Sansom has released ‘The Talk’

Edward Sansom has a new four-track EP called ‘The Talk’. Ed is someone Soapbox has worked with closely over the past few years and we’ve all been looking forward to this release. The best part of the EP is that there’s finally a recorded version of Headrush, meaning I no // Read More

by × July 19, 2016 ×