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Highlights 18/9 - 21/9

Monday: Interviews with Micah P. Hinson and Kiran Leonard
Tuesday: Yonaka - The Takeover
Wednesday: This Is The Kit in session and an interview with Sløtface
Thursday: Interviews with SHIVVERS and James Lavelle from UNKLE

Album Of The Week:
Sløtface – Try Not To Freak Out

Track Of The Week:
Kiran Leonard – 'Could She Still Draw Back?'

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Mercury Prize 2017

Wolf Alice

Back in 2010, Wolf Alice were hitting the open mic circuit in search of... something. That elusive pot of gold (metaphorical and otherwise) that all young musicians are striving for, even if the first goal is to find someone - anyone - who likes what you do. Which is very hard to achieve in most open mic situations. It's at that point that confidence can suddenly drain out, and the willpower dissipates...
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SHIVVERS SHIVVERS
Sticky Mike's Frog Bar – Friday 22nd September
Sleazy blues-rock from the darkest back alleys in Brighton, SHIVVERS will have you clutching for a bourbon bottle whilst you slur their sexually-charged lyrics. Deriving from Newcastle, Gosport and Portsmouth, the trio now call Brighton home and have come together to create enthralling, raw and musky music together. We can’t wait to see these guys play.
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Previews

Sigur Rós
Sigur Rós
Eventim Apollo
20th – 22nd September
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LCD Soundsystem
LCD Soundsystem
Alexandra Palace
Fri 22nd-Sat 23rd September
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Anteros
Anteros
Komedia Studio
Monday 25th September
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Frank Iero
Frank Iero & The Patience
Concorde 2
Monday 25th September
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The Skints
The Skints
Concorde 2
Tuesday 26th September
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Mayday Parade
Mayday Parade
Concorde 2
Wednesday 27th September
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The National
The National
Eventim Apollo
Thursday 28th September
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Phoenix
Phoenix
Alexandra Palace
Saturday 30th September 2017
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Album Reviews

Sløtface – Try Not To Freak OutSløtface – Try Not To Freak Out
The Norwegian pop-punkers, formerly known as ‘Slutface’ until the Facebook regulators booted up a fuss...
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Enter Shikari - The SparkEnter Shikari - The Spark
A true British rock success story, Enter Shikari have grown from a basement band into one of the biggest...
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Kiran Leonard - Derevaun SeraunKiran Leonard - Derevaun Seraun
Derevaun Seraun is a piece I wrote a couple years back in five movements for voice, piano and string trio. Each movement is written about...
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Seaway – VacationSeaway – Vacation
Returning with their third full-length record, Vacation, Seaway have thrown themselves back in the deep end of pop-punk...
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Foo Fighters – Concrete and GoldFoo Fighters – Concrete and Gold
Concrete and Gold, the ninth studio album from Foo Fighters, proudly wears its influences on its sleeves from the very start...
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Prophets of Rage – Prophets of RageProphets of Rage – Prophets of Rage
Nowadays the revolution would not just be televised, it would be live Tweeted, probably by the most powerful man in the world...
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Fink – ResurgamFink – Resurgam
Former Brighton resident Finian Greenall was a relative late-comer to the world of live music...
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Lee Ranaldo – Electric TrimLee Ranaldo – Electric Trim
The latest solo record from Lee Ranaldo is a more traditional album than you’d expect. Electric Trim thoroughly...
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Mercury Prize 2017 Winner - Sampha
"It’s an emotional album but one that never goes too far and becomes self-indulgent," said Ben Noble in our review of his Process album. The judges at the Mercury Prize must have agreed as they awarded him the top prize.
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With this album comes a collective sigh of ‘finally’ - but when you hear it you understand that it comes not a moment too soon, nor too late. In the three and a half years since his last EP, Sampha Sisay has matured as an artist, learning lessons from collaborations with some of pop’s biggest names, and has produced an album that stands head and shoulders above his previous work. Process is as graceful as it is intimate, one of those rare moments where an artist claims their place at the top.
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