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Live: Green Man 2019 - Day Three
Wistful, soulful, snake-hipped and sultry - day three at Green Man 2019 A...Posted
Live Review: Professor Green @ Electric Brixton, London
Professor Green returns after 4 years with cameos from Emeli Sande and Miles Kane. As rappers go Professor Green is definitely not st...
Review: Little Dragon - 'Lover Chanting'
Little Dragon's latest novella of electro-pop perfection, Lover Chanting, is the ideal prelude for what we're hoping is an impending ...
Live Review: Courtney Barnett @ Brighton Dome
Wild, nihilistic and deeply intriguing as Courtney Barnett draws live comparisons with Cobain. The music industry is awash with great...
Listen to GURU'S scuzzy debut single 'Consumer Helpline'
Brighton newcomers GURU share raucous new track 'Consumer Helpline' GURU is Â Tommy Cherrill (vocals), Kieran Hunter (guitar), Ferg ...
Interview: Q+A with HOLY GOLDEN
Ethereal duo Holy Golden chat to us about a nomadic life on the road, recording and writing music against a backdrop of ever-changing...
Listen to Vanity Fairy's post-disco track 'Loverman'
Electro-pop newcomer Vanity Fairy re-imagines the disco greats on 'Loverman' Vanity Fairy aka Daisy Capri has shared the dreamy seco...
Swimming Tapes | Tour Bus Tracks
London based indie group, Swimming Tapes, run us through their top 5 tour bus listens, track by track. Irish bred, London based, guit...
London Gigs This Week | 19th November
GigList Roundup: your guide to the events London has to offer this week, featuring Slaves, The Holydrug Couple, Swimming Tapes, U.S G...
GigList Picks: Friday New Music Listens - 16th November
Check out the Friday new music releases we've been spinning in the GigList office this week, featuring Mystic Peach, Girl Crush, Gold...
Live Review: Kurt Vile @ Albert Hall, Manchester
Kurt Vile and the Violators play through a smorgasbord of tracks at mid-level wattage but when Vile shows off his musicianship, it re...
Review: Ead Wood - 'Beige Dreams'
Beige Dreams is anything but beige. It's a glorious 15 minutes of distressed melodies, wonky rhythms and vocals that make you feel wa...