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Shoes –  Tony Tedesco and Full Fathom Five (single review)

Shoes combines everything I love about music. It’s all very well for perky pop princesses and production line indie kids with complicated hair to...

Restless – Natalie Lucassian (single review)

The art of making great pop music is the ability to produce something that is all things to all people but which still seems...

Out of the Ashes –  Phoenix O’Neill (e.p. review)

Pop has been getting up to some very interesting things of late. Yes, there is still the obvious, high gloss, production line, pop by...

Houses of the Sun –  The Blood Choir (album review)

Musical things I like: Songs that are swept through with epic drama. Chilled electronica. Understated guitar work. Ambient gothic intrigue. Pretty much everything that...

Scene and Heard :  Heptapod – Loya (single review)

Heptapod exists at a point where pop falls into a dark abyss, where electronica starts to become self aware, where gothic music finds its...

Ragged Union – Lay My Ghost to Rest

I often think a strong introduction to an album can make a huge difference to the listening experience, if you can sum up the...

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The music coverage in the Swindonian so far has taken in sounds from all over the world, from Minneapolis dream-pop to Indian EDM to...

Scene and Heard : Vexx Voxx – Siblings of Us (single review)

Siblings of Us has always been one of those bands which confuses and bemuses in equal measure in music form. In video form they...

Time Between Us – Trent Miller (album review)

Trent Miller is a great example of why the various tribal demarcations found in music, its generic barriers, its tribal affinities, its journalistic pigeon-holing...
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As Long As Needed and No Longer – Mat Caron (e.p. review)

Although essentially just another guy with an acoustic guitar, singer-songwriter these days, Mat Caron seems miles removed from the usual gap year, troubadour with...