Annie Roberts

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Reviews by Annie Roberts

Cass McCombs - Tip of the Sphere

Cass McCombs – Tip of the Sphere

Stalwart slave to indie and the experimental, Cass McCombs delivers exactly this in his new record, Tip of the Sphere, ...
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Girlpool – What Chaos Is Imaginary

Girlpool – What Chaos Is Imaginary

Transformation, transition and evolution. Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad root their sound in the discomfort, woes and tribulations of their ...
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Cloud Nothings – Patterns, Brighton – 22nd January 2019

Cloud Nothings – Patterns, Brighton – 22nd January 2019

I’ve been a fan of Cloud Nothings for a while; to be a dedicated one, there’s a lot of leg ...
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Connan Mockasin – Jassbusters

Jassbusters is New Zealand born Connan Mockasin’s third record, not including his side project with Sam Dust, Soft Hair, and ...
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Slug – Green Door Store, Brighton – 19th September 2018

Three barbershop singers and a nun walk into a bar, specifically, on Wednesday 19th at the Green Door Store. Slug ...
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Iceage – The Haunt, Brighton – 10th September 2018

Danish post-punk six-piece Iceage, who are currently touring their new release Beyondless, treated the ears of their dedicated fans at ...
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Stella Donnelly

Stella Donnelly – The Hope & Ruin, Brighton – 24th August 2018

Seeing female-fronted bands is, for the most part, a rare treat, same goes for female solo artists. Seeing female bands, ...
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Mitski – Be the Cowboy

Exhaustion and loneliness take the shape of something bold and elegant on Be the Cowboy, the new album from Mitski ...
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FemRock Festival – Green Door Store, Brighton – 30th June 2018

So, it turns out the smoking area of Green Door Store has the capacity to be quite pleasant. Who knew? ...
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