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    Single Review: Loyle Carner – You Don’t Know

    The latest single from Loyle Carner is another intimate vignette of the UK rapper's widely publicised life, Music Writer Matt Jonson reviews

    Written by Matt Jonson on 11th February 2019

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    Single Review: Lana Del Rey – hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have – but I have it

    Deputy Editor Kat Smith breaks down the latest single from Lana Del Rey's upcoming album 'Norman Fucking Rockwell'

    Written by Kat Smith on 25th January 2019

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    Single Review: A$AP Rocky – Sundress

    A$AP Rocky's latest single prolongs his recent fascination with experimentation, though yields mixed results, Callum Russell explains

    Written by Callum Russell on 8th December 2018

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    Single Review: The Vaccines – All My Friends Are Falling in Love

    The Vaccines refuse to deviate from their quest to become one of the 21st century's most notorious one-album wonders, with a new single that scrapes miserably along the bottom of the indie-pop barrel

    Written by Thom Dent on 17th November 2018

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    Single Review: Pusha T – No Problem

    When he's not beefing with Drake, Pusha T is blessing blockbuster movies with his trademark hard-hitting raps, Music Writer Matthew Johnson reviews

    Written by Matt Jonson on 2nd November 2018

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    Single Review: Charli XCX & Troye Sivan – 1999

    '1999' is an electrically inconsequential sugar rush of pop sheen and '90s nostalgia from Charli XCX and Troye Sivan, Music Writer Charlotte Russell reviews

    Written by Charlotte Russell on 31st October 2018

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    Single Review: Muse – Pressure

    Music Writer Eleanor Horne commends Muse on their persistent refusal to compromise to criticism, though isn't won over by their latest single

    Written by Eleanor Horne on 21st October 2018

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    Single Review: The 1975 – It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You)

    The latest offering from The 1975 is a captivating portrait of the front man's struggles and an exciting preview for the upcoming record, Amelia Hiller reviews

    Written by Amelia Hiller on 20th October 2018

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    Single Review: Thom Yorke- Has Ended

    ‘Has Ended’ is a hypnotising song which gives little indication about the soundtrack or film it goes alongside, writes Music Editor Harry Hetherington

    Written by Harry Hetherington on 19th October 2018

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    Single Review: The Japanese House – Lilo

    The Japanese House's latest single is as beautifully ethereal as we've come to expect from Amber Bain's synth-pop project, Naomi Bruneel reviews

    Written by Naomi Bruneel on 13th October 2018

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    Single Review: Lana Del Rey- Mariners Apartment Complex

    Lana Del Rey's newest single presents her timeless style of whimsical pop, Social Secretary Sorcha Hornett discusses

    Written by Sorcha Hornett on 21st September 2018

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    Single Review: The 1975- TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME

    Amelia Hiller shares her thoughts on the newest single from The 1975, as fans anticipate the band's third studio album

    Written by Amelia Hiller on 12th September 2018
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