Liza Violet and Ryan Needham’s second album still packs the same punch, but this time it's more refined, like a boxer who’s spent hours in the gym instead of scrapping on street corners
Fish feature in our New Sounds of 2017 feature.
Frigs feature in our New Sounds of 2017 feature.
I'm Yours is a crutch for anyone who’s been left feeling emotionally bruised by life
By finding the light to their shade, The Wytches have added a new dimension to their already powerful sound
This album is a document of a woman, who she is and how she feels, regardless of who’s listening, and that alone should be enough to have you worshipping at Banks’ altar
Hooray For Me could easily soundtrack each phase of a storm; a brittle yet powerful first step
Montreal’s No Joy are sticking two fingers up at everyone that’s ever tried to pigeonhole them
I, Gemini is like the soundtrack to a lysergic fairytale, covering the spectrum of playful, dark and completely, wonderfully batshit
Seattle’s Tacocat are a band that can’t help but have fun; Lost Time is gloriously unique from start to finish
Dry Food is world-weary and hurt, wanting revenge but failing and eventually beginning to get over the hump
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