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Review – Rend Collective and Guvna B at the Cardiff Great Hall

When one thinks of Christian music, an idea springs to mind of organs, hymn-books and a warbling choir in a cold, old church. On 10th May in Cardiff’s Great Hall, Rend Collective a...

Album Review, Lonely The Brave; Redux

Elliot Baker revels in the maturity and industry of Lonely The Brave as they revisit their second LP, Things Will Matter, on its reworked sibling, Redux. It takes an immense amoun...

Album Review, Classique; “Reminisce”

Miro Contributor Camille Lapaix dusts off her phonograph and immerses herself in Reminisce, the debut album from classical crossover duo, Classique. A collection of vintage Hollyw...

Gig review: HMLTD play ‘Hell’ at Electric Ballroom

HMLTD created ‘Hell’ at the Electric Ballroom in Camden last night, but if you’re into leather, chokers, bloodied masks, entrails, and post-punk anarchist vibes, it was a polluted,...

Album Review, The Lafontaines; “Common Problem”

Elliot Baker tries to solve the Common Problem of The Lafontaines, all the while dodging rapid-fire lyrics and riding a brave wave of sound.

Scouting For Girls, 10 Years Later

10 years after the release of Scouting for Girls, Jonny Arnold revisits and analyses the success of the pop trio, and looks at where their sound has gone since 2007. Ten years on,...

Jake Bugg at the 100 Club for Nordoff Robbins: a low energy, wistful performance 

Jake Bugg played the 100 Club on Wednesday night for music therapy charity, Nordoff Robbins, and didn't look like he was enjoying it much. On Wednesday night, Jake Bugg played ...

James Yuill, A Change in State: the first live performance of a bold, riveting sound 

James Yuill is back on the music scene after a four year break with his new album A Change in State, and in his first live performance at the Sebright Arms in East London, the arti...