Tuesday, September 25, 2018
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Threshold –  The Mutineers (e.p. review)

Pitching the vocal perfection of The Civil Wars onto often hard rocking back beats, The Mutineers, capture the heart of what Americana music is,...

Slagerij – Serious Fun (album review)

The first thing that grabs you about this 5-track E.P. from Swindon punk trio Slagerij is the energy, obviously punk has energy in bags...

Electric Notes Wild –  Drew Morrison and The Darkwood (album review)

There is an old adage (are there no young adages and if not should we fear for the future of adages? ) which says...

Superseed –  Superseed  (album review)

It would be very easy to label Superseed as a 90’s grunge inspired outfit, but that would be lazy on my part, in the...

The Gift  –  Leon Daye (album review)

Music has a bit of a problem these days. We seem to have convinced a generation of middle-class, gap year kids that being a...

Limousines – Emily Breeze (single review)

Emily Breeze always seemed to walk in a different world. Listen to Limousines and you can hear the lush decadence, the mix of sleaze...

Aidattu Tulevaisuus  – Teksti -TV 666 (album review)

Sometimes less is more, there’s a whole cliche built around that notion. But sometimes more is more…I guess the clue was right there in...

Will Lawton and Weasel Howlett – Fossils of the Mind (album review)

I’m struggling to start this review, I’ve written a bunch of opening sentences, but nothing really allows me to get into it the way...

Sweetest Surrender –  Amy Loftus (album review)

Within the first two tracks of this, her 7th album, Amy Loftus signposts the fact that whilst pop music might lie at the core...

Daydreams –  Palm Rose (e.p. review)

Not that there was ever any doubt, but the fact that Palm Rose choose to open this debut e.p. with a song built of...