Reviews

22 Jul 2014
Review | Woman's Hour

Review | Woman’s Hour

Woman’s Hour, Conversations, Secretly Canadian After locking themselves away for nine months, Woman’s Hour have finally released their long-awaited debut album Conversations. The Londoner four-piece are filling our ears with stripped back sounds of  new wave electropop. (…)

11 Jul 2014
Review | Love Supreme Jazz Festival

Review | Love Supreme Jazz Festival

Love Supreme Jazz Festival, Glynde Place, 4 – 6 July 2014 In the stunning and scenic setting of Glynde Place the second Love Supreme Jazz Festival had a tough job (…)

11 Jul 2014
Review | Cold Beat

Review | Cold Beat

Cold Beat, Over Me, Crime on the Moon Last year Grass Widow’s bassist/singer Hannah Lew came together with Bianca Sparta (Erase Errata), Kyle King (Neon Piss) and Cody Blanchard (Shannon and (…)

11 Jul 2014
Review | Field Mouse

Review | Field Mouse

Field Mouse, Hold Still Life, Topshelf Records Brookyln’s Field Mouse discard the connotations associated with the tiny, timid creature their name represents by creating an album which shows no sign of meekness, as they continue to build (…)

8 Jul 2014
Review | The Ghost Wolves

Review | The Ghost Wolves

The Ghost Wolves, Man, Woman, Beast, Plowboy Records Struggling to find out more about The Ghost Wolves? You’re not alone. The elusive Texan twosome embody both aspects of their band name, especially as Carley Wolf (…)

4 Jul 2014
Review | Howling Bells

Review | Howling Bells

Howling Bells, Heartstrings, Birthday Records Howling Bells bounce back to their bohemian roots and embrace the musical influences which derive from a European state close to their heart. Heartstrings combine all the elements needed for a (…)

2 Jul 2014
Review | White Lung

Review | White Lung

White Lung, Deep Fantasy, Domino There are certain albums that are products of their time and White Lung‘s third musical endeavour, Deep Fantasy, is one of them. With her blisteringly strong vocal delivery, (…)

27 Jun 2014
Review | Lana Del Rey

Review | Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey, Ultraviolence, Polydor Ultraviolence is the brooding brainchild of Lana Del Rey and The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach. This enigmatic New Yorker is back, but has abandoned her love of Hollywood (…)

24 Jun 2014
Review | White Hex

Review | White Hex

White Hex, Gold Nights, Felte Trop-goth duo White Hex (the brainchild of Jimi Kritzler and Tara Green) return with their sophomore album, Gold Nights.  Get your waterproofs at the ready as this Australian duo form large, (…)

22 Jun 2014
Review | Giana Factory

Review | Giana Factory

Giana Factory, Lemon Moon, Fake Diamond Records Danish pop-electronica trio Giana Factory are back to spook and delight fans with their second album, Lemon Moon. As a follow up to their (…)

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