Paul Hill

Reviews by Paul Hill

Ed Harcourt – Beyond The End

Ed Harcourt has always had a continuous output of releases since his Mercury-nominated debut Here Be Monsters, with six studio ...
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Itoldyouiwouldeatyou – Oh Dearism

Emo’s not had the best PR of late, with the musical output of the genre not exactly breaking any boundaries ...
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Boygenius – Boygenius

Six songs and 20 minutes is not even close to enough for one of this year’s finest releases. Phoebe Bridgers, ...
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Sun Kil Moon – This Is My Dinner

With roughly 17 LPs already under his belt, Mark Kozelek has been involved with a multitude of different styles; folk ...
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Cloud Nothings – Last Building Burning

Cloud Nothings have always been a terrific live act but, despite having a number of good albums, they’ve never truly ...
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The Kvb – Only Now Forever

Returning for the first time since 2016, Only Now Forever feels like a new chapter for The Kvb. The pair ...
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Tokyo Police Club – TPC

Three quarters of Tokyo Police Club thought they were dead and buried until a couple of years ago. Greg Alsop ...
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Mutual Benefit – Thunder Follows The Light

Jordan Lee, the only constant member in Mutual Benefit, has again pulled together a variety of musicians to make what ...
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The Joy Formidable – AAARTH

The first album to be released on their own Seradom label, AAARTH finds The Joy Formidable at their most comfortable ...
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Teleman – Family of Aliens

Teleman arrived in 2012 with a penchant for a more electronic-inspired sound compared to their previous indie-rock incarnation Pete & ...
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Waxahatchee – Great Thunder

The ever mutating musical project of Katie Crutchfield has returned with a style completely different to what her fans are ...
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Wild Nothing – Indigo

Jack Tatum’s long-term musical project has entered a variety of musical realms, with this next stage seeing a transition into ...
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Muncie Girls – Fixed Ideals

Devon’s own Muncie Girls’ first record managed to perfectly bridge the gap between punk and catchy indie-pop. The three-piece have ...
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Mark Lanegan and Duke Garwood – With Animals

Never one to rest on his laurels, Mark Lanegan is always on the cusp of collaboration. After the break up ...
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BC Camplight – Deportation Blues

  The best music seems to manifest out of periods of struggle. If an artist experiences hardship, then a great ...
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Artificial Pleasure – The Bitter End

First catching my attention at last year’s Great Escape festival, Artificial Pleasure vocalist and guitarist Phil McDonnell’s theatrical in-your-face persona ...
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Iceage – Beyondless

Four years after their last album release, everyone’s favourite Danish post-punk outfit return with Beyondless - a culmination of their ...
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DMA’s – For Now

Sartorially DMA’s looks like they belong in Moss Side and not a Sydney beach. A listen to their debut record ...
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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Brighton Centre – 22nd April 2018

Always the more reserved of the two brothers, Noel Gallagher was also the brains behind one of the world’s biggest ...
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Mastersystem – Dance Music

At it’s essence, Mastersystem is a project created solely to have fun and reconnect with the joy of being in ...
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MIEN – MIEN

Comprised of The Black Angels’ Alex Maas, The Horror’s Tom Furse, Elephant Stone’s Rishi Dhir and The Earlies’ John Mark Lapham, MIEN are a ...
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The Vaccines – Combat Sports

It’s a return to form for The Vaccines in a fourth album that sees the five-piece head back to their ...
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Frankie Cosmos – Vessel

Vessel, the latest offering from Greta Kline’s alter ego Frankie Cosmos, clocks in at almost double the length of her debut ...
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Belle & Sebastian – Brighton Dome – 15th March 2018

For a band that tours relentlessly, it’s fairly surprising that Belle & Sebastian hadn’t graced a stage in Brighton for ...
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