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28 Issue 61 / 2014 INDIE/ ROCK After her second album, "Back to Forever", this sensational folk rock artist is heading for London on March 18th to O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire. She's really good with cover songs and more, find out for yourself! EVENT PREVIEW LISSIE Fake Club F**Kable The Bohemian Em- bassy Seek Love We Cut Corners Think Nothing Metronomy Love Letters We are Scientists TV en Français Nessi Twentythree Years Foster The People Supermodel Matthew and the Atlas Another Way Imogen Heap Sparks Kaiser Chiefs Education, Educa- tion, Education and War Alecs The Fulham Tapes John Frusciante Enclosure 18th March 2014 @O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire NEW RELEASES EVENT PREVIEW FOSTER THE PEOPLE Wolf Alice are a four piece formed in North London who have been mostly appearing in the local scene but are shaping up to be an incredibly promising new group. Their debut EP Blush has a very 90's feel to it and is full of the angst and frustration of that era. Our favourite song on the album is Fluffy, which has a very unique feel to it. Overall, it's a great debut album and shows the groups potential to be a great band. Their new album is coming out, so expect a lot of new catchy songs. The first single, "Coming of Age", is as satisfying as an ice lolly in the desert. You could get high only off their psyche- delic sound. GUESTLIST RECOMMENDS WOLF ALICE Follow @AdySuleiman 24th March 2014 @Troxy With a sound described as "the lovechild of folk and grunge", Wolf Alice are des- tined for big things

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