Reviews

28 Sep 2014
Review | Joanna Gruesome

Review | Joanna Gruesome

Joanna Gruesome, Split EP, Reeks of Effort It’s been a year since the release of Joanna Gruesome’s debut full length, Weird Sister, and the impression it left remains unfading. While critically praised (…)

26 Sep 2014
Review | Love Inks

Review | Love Inks

Love Inks, Exi, Republic Of Music Minimalist noir-pop maestros Love Inks are back with their third album which shows the Austin TX trio returning to the stark, stripped back sound fans fell in love with in their (…)

19 Sep 2014
Review | Indiana

Review | Indiana

Indiana, No Romeo, Epic In less than a year, electro pop singer-songwriter Indiana (formally known as Laura Henson) has emerged from the abyss of obscurity and successfully unveiled herself as one to watch. (…)

18 Sep 2014
Review | Karen O

Review | Karen O

Karen O, Crush Songs, Cult Records Crush Songs is the first full-length release from the leading lady of Yeah Yeah Yeahs. It features 15 tracks of stripped back vocals, intimate guitar riffs (…)

17 Sep 2014
Review | Bestival

Review | Bestival

Bestival is a strange beast. With a line-up that lurches wildly from hardcore dance to woozy underground guitar-pop, it’s not sure whether to be a Shoreditch dive bar, a hippy (…)

15 Sep 2014
Review | Heidemann

Review | Heidemann

Heidemann, Orphan EP, Self-Released A quick Google of the words ‘Heidemann’ and ‘singer’ leaves you with information and images of a talented and striking vocalist. It is important to note, however, (…)

12 Sep 2014
Review | Cold Specks

Review | Cold Specks

Cold Specks, Neuroplasticity, Mute The title for Canadian-born/UK-based Al Spx’s sophomore release makes reference to the brain’s ability to learn new things and form new neural connections; the perfect title (…)

10 Sep 2014
Review | Murder for Girls

Review | Murder for Girls

Murder for Girls, Murder for Girls EP, Self-release Made up of veterans from the Pittsburgh scene, Murder for Girls are a new four piece offering a consummate selection of lo-fi (…)

10 Sep 2014
Review | Mirel Wagner

Review | Mirel Wagner

Mirel Wagner, When The Cellar Children See The Light Of Day, Sub Pop Finnish artist Mirel Wagner’s self-titled debut album exposed a musical world peppered with ruminations of death, hushed vocals and minimalist (…)

5 Sep 2014
Review | Banks

Review | Banks

Banks, Goddess, Good Years Bristol: the nurturer of trip-hop. Originated in the early 1990′s, the genre rose from the ashes of acid-house taking its tantalizing trance and peaks of psychedelia to construct a fresher sound (…)

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