0

ALBUM REVIEW: Wasuremono ‘Are You Ok?’; A Musical Sugarcoating on Some of Life’s Most Difficult Challenges.

Having released their debut last year, which led to a Maida Vale session for BBC 6 Music Dj Steve Lamacq and then a tour supporting The Flaming Lips we were pleasantly shocked when murmurs of new releases started cropping up… Continue Reading

0

ALBUM REVIEW: Younghusband ‘Swimmers’; The True Sound of Indie Alternative to Charm Even The Most Resistant of Listener.

Swimmers is the third outing of London four-piece Younghusband led by singer/songwriter Euan Hinshelwood who commented that “There were so many things we liked and disliked about our first two records,” which led to the band trying to achieve “A… Continue Reading

0

ALBUM REVIEW: Cold Showers ‘Motionless’; Keeping The Spirit of Electro Goth Post Punk Alive

California’s Cold Showers’ third album ranges through a tasty menu of modernised goth and post punk notions reminiscent of New Order and their disciples. The rolling rumbling bass and inventive electro keeps the listeners interest for the full duration. No… Continue Reading

0

ALBUM REVIEW: Big Thief; UFOF: The Brooklyn Four Piece’s Emotive New Record Is an Indie Folk Masterpiece.

Big Thief are stopping for nothing and no-one. ‘UFOF’ is their third album in as many years and it represents a band whose collective synergy and chemistry has hit pure perfection. ‘UFOF’ is atmospheric, modern folk that can warm the… Continue Reading

0

ALBUM REVIEW: We Never Learned To Live; The Sleepwalk Transmissions. Progress and Elevation; It’s an Exciting Time to be a WNLTL Fan

We Never Learned To Live are a band that bring wall-of-noise riffs colliding together with soaring vocals that roll over atmospheric choruses. They’ve been on the road touring the UK and Europe and writing for the last four years since… Continue Reading

0

ALBUM REVIEW: Drahla ‘Useless Coordinates’ A Chaotic But Pleasurable Debut From The Genre Spanning Trio.

‘[‘Useless Coordinates’] is an album without boundaries, an album that every track spans multiple genres whilst feeling very post-modern’ Drahla caught radio attention with their singles ‘Pyramid Estate’ and ‘Stimulus For Living’ which managed to master difficult the territory of… Continue Reading

0

ALBUM REVIEW: Johnny Lloyd ‘Next Episode Starts In 15 Minutes’ Former Tribes Front-Man Sets a High Mark For His Debut Solo Long-Player

Tribes former front-man Johnny Lloyd’s first solo album exceeds expectations, it represents a courageous change in direction and builds on earlier exploratory projects. Johnny Lloyd’s debut solo album rewards us with a pure and honest solo acoustic sound, moving with… Continue Reading

0

ALBUM REVIEW: Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, The End of Suffering. For a Band Built on Fearless Boundary Pushing ‘TEoS’ Pushes The Band Further Than Could have Been Imagined.

‘The End of Suffering is [daring and fearless] but shows a new mature side of the band a side we haven’t seen before.’ Ever since Frank Carter burst onto the music scene in the mid-2000s with Gallows Franks work could… Continue Reading

0

ALBUM REVIEW: SOAK ‘Grim Town’; The Confident Concept Album of Self Reflection SOAK Had To Take The Journey To ‘Grim Town’ To Enable Her To Make It.

At 22 Birdie Monds-Watson better known as SOAK has achieved more than many musicians achieve in their whole career becoming one of the youngest ever Mercury Music Prize nominees. It’s 4 years since SOAK’s critically acclaimed debut which although affirming… Continue Reading