Lee Thomas-Mason

Drowners – Luv, hold me down.

‘RIP indie’ is a phrase you’ll read a lot these days. Blogs and magazines around the UK are donning their mourning suits and laying to rest the genre that broug...

TOY – Join The Dots

For psych enthusiasts TOY the last couple of years have been a bit of a whirlwind, their self-titled debut album burst into our ears in 2012, very much confirmi...

Traams – Grin

Is Chichester the new home of 1960's experimental German genre Krautrock? The sleepy Sussex city doesn't quite have the same musical pedigree as Berlin but Traa...

Peggy Sue – Idle

Peggy Sue are back, and back with a biblical bang. It’s been two years since the London-based trio released material for us to latch onto, this time thou...

Only Real – Lemonade

Remember Jamie T? The London rapper who tore through your summer 7 years ago with beautifully written tracks like ‘Sheila’ and ‘Kings and Queens’? Yeah, tha...

Echo Lake – Even The Blind

“Even the Blind” is a stunning composition from Echo Lake’s 2012 album “Wild Peace”, featuring the inspiring mantra, “Even the blind, they can see”. But it’s no...

Live Review: Willis Earl Beal

Churches have become something of an anachronism in this day and age. What were once the central hubs of our towns and cities now lay dormant – empty relics of ...

Homeshake – Moon Woman

I hope you're ready for a damn' funky start to the weekend at Far Out Magazine, with the sunny pastures of Moon Woman, by Homeshake. As we are dragged ruthle...
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Lee Thomas-Mason

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