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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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    Single Review: Aphex Twin- T69 collapse

    Aphex Twin's 13-year break has produced a refined and mature comeback in 'T69 collapse', James Rodker argues

    Written by James Rodker on 23rd August 2018

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    Single Review: BROCKHAMPTON- ‘1998 TRUMAN’

    Harry Hetherington finds BROCKHAMPTON's immensely enjoyable single a good sign amidst the group's effective rebirth

    Written by Harry Hetherington on 13th August 2018

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    Single Review: Chaka Khan – Like Sugar

    The latest single from 80s legend Chaka Khan is a minimally funky and impressively triumphant return to form, Music Writer David Evans argues

    Written by David Evans on 8th August 2018

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    Single Review: The 1975 – Love It If We Made It

    The 1975's latest single is a profound statement on the world's current state and we should all be eager for their upcoming record, Social Secretary Sorcha Hornett believes

    Written by sorchahornett on 7th August 2018

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    Single Review: Marsicans – Pop-Ups (Sunny at the Weekend)

    Marsicans' new single is the perfect dose of pop positivity, Josh Parker reviews

    Written by Josh Parker on 16th July 2018

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    Single Review: Tom Odell – If You Wanna Love Somebody

    Deputy Editor Kat Smith is left underwhelmed by Tom Odell's newest single 'If You Wanna Love Somebody'

    Written by Kat Smith on 11th July 2018

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    Single Review: Kodaline – Shed A Tear

    Kodaline’s catchy new single nevertheless fails to rise above cliché or break any new ground, writes Liv Francis-Pape

    Written by Liv Francis-Pape on 30th June 2018

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    Single Review: John Mayer – New Light

    John Mayer adds pop naus to his blues sound on his new single, a bona-fide song for the summer. Elizabeth Bushell reviews

    Written by Elizabeth Bushell on 22nd May 2018

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    Single Review: Bastille – Quarter Past Midnight

    While worlds away from the sound that defined their debut, Bastille's new single is an enticing glimpse into the band's future

    Written by Tom Leaman on 16th May 2018

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    Single Review: Thundercat – Final Fight

    Thundercat's latest single bursts with anxious energy, yet fails to reach the highs of his last project, reviews Rhiannon Storer

    Written by Rhi Storer on 15th May 2018

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    Single Review: Cherry Glazerr – Juicy Socks

    Cherry Glazerr are back with a track that progresses their trademark energetic sound, reports Letty Gardner

    Written by Letty Gardner on 9th May 2018
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