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Circa Waves – Stuck In My Teeth

With yet another gloom filled, storm pending day behind us, Far Out Magazine are bringing a little sunshine to our otherwise dreary, sour lives with this indie-...

Telegram – Rule Number One

After successful tours with Palma Violets and Temples, Far Out favourites Telegram have done what any sensible band would do in this declining climate and relea...

Lucius – Until We Get There

Rejoice! Far Out has a piece of pop-tastic, country slanted, diamond coated joy to help you push through this most awful of weekdays. Lucius fronted by two iden...
An interview with Zachary Cole Smith and Brooklyn band DIIV

Diiv – Like A Rolling Stone

With heavy winds still ripping through our litter strewn streets, Diiv have been caught upon Dylan's winds of change and transformed his folk masterpiece Like a...
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Maximo Park – Too Much Information

To describe Maximo Park in one word: Reliable. Immediately sparked are all sorts of negative connotations- ‘reliable means dull’, ‘undeveloped’, ‘they’re st...

The Orwells – The Righteous One

We first brought you The Orwells at the end of last year, with their brand of snotty skater punk which had us all reaching for our slingshots and best Bart Simp...

H.A.M – Ghost Writer

H.A.M are a four piece band now based in the cultural cesspit of East London where they hold a residency at The George Tavern where they enthral adolescent girl...