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    Album Review: Clutch- Book of Bad Decisions

    Book of Bad Decisions veers between absurdist and political lyrics, but shouldn’t put off any fans of Clutch’s previous efforts, writes Matt North

    Written by Matt North on 19th October 2018

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    Album Review: Brockhampton – Iridescence

    Following a tumultuous year of highs and lows, Music writer Kieren Williams argues Brockhampton's latest record is their most stylistically accomplished yet

    Written by Kieren Williams on 18th October 2018

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    EP Review: Hozier – Nina Cried Power

    Hozier’s long-awaited EP is a soulful testimony of freedom, reviews Redbrick's Frankie Rhodes

    Written by Frankierhodes on 18th October 2018

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    Album Review: Hippo Campus – Bambi

    Music writer Christian Nasillo talks us through the spacious and subtle stylistic departure Hippo Campus' latest record embarks upon

    Written by Christian Nasillo on 17th October 2018

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    Album Review: Yves Tumor – Safe In The Hands Of Love

    James Rodker reviews Yves Tumor's latest record, a shapeless, fluid soundscape that seamlessly meanders from the beatific to the disturbing

    Written by James Rodker on 15th October 2018

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    Album Review: Blood Orange – Negro Swan

    Redbrick's Frankie Stott unpacks Blood Orange's most recent and complex album

    Written by Frankie Stott on 21st September 2018

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    Album Review: Tirzah- Devotion

    Tirzah's debut album is an honest and beautifully bold declaration of human emotion, James Rodker reviews

    Written by James Rodker on 18th September 2018

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    Album Review: Years & Years- Palo Santo

    Kat Smith discusses why Palo Santo, the long-awaited sophomore album from Years & Years, deserves five stars

    Written by Kat Smith on 19th July 2018

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    Album Review: Gorillaz – The Now Now

    The Now Now is a slower, more simplified work from Gorillaz, as Imogen Mellor argues that it fails to deliver on energy and experimentation

    Written by Imogen Mellor on 12th July 2018

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    Album Review: Leon Vynehall – Nothing Is Still

    Nothing Is Still is an immersive ambient project, and represents a drastic change from Leon Vynehall’s previous work, writes Music editor Harry Hetherington

    Written by Harry Hetherington on 6th July 2018

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    Album Review: The Carters – Everything Is Love

    In the wake of Beyoncé and Jay-Z's widely public marital issues, an excellent collaborative record comes alongside their revitalisation, Digital Editor Jonny Isaacs argues

    Written by Jonny Isaacs on 5th July 2018

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    Album Review: Buddy Guy – The Blues is Alive and Well

    Redbrick's Matt Hooper divulges exactly how Buddy Guy's new album manages to toe the line between tradition and innovation

    Written by Matt Hooper on 26th June 2018
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