Every Country’s Sun blatantly looks to the band’s past for inspiration, while constantly looking ahead to the future.
The London-based Australian singer comes into her own as she embraces sexuality at its best and its worst.
Cusp is exactly the kind of album you'd hope to hear two months into a new year.
But despite the doom there's hardly a moment among these 11 songs that isn't danceable, that doesn't energise us and inspire us to defeat this generation's great monster.
Rogers has since welded rootsy sounds with propulsive electronics. The result is a debut album that's unmistakably pop but crafted using creative, natural sound...
It feels like Beat Happening locked in Antipodean adolescence, while there are shades of The Pastels' early minimalism, too.
Lyrically, Beware of the Dogs bears Donnelly’s particular, wry demeanour as she astutely balances sharp wit alongside stark vulnerability, purveyed via her soaring vocals.
All the depth and changes aside, this record is fun and it's exciting to know there is more to come from them.
There are moments of reflectivity, in the short and intense hangovers like ‘I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend’ that languish in surf-rock guitars, but very authentically, this is an album for losing your shit to.
The real treat is that voice of hers: witnessing her tear in to modern pop culture phenomena like Twitter and AirBnB with a mixture of fascination and disgust is a peculiar joy, but a real one.
Yet the tenacious, rhythmic loops of the band’s oft-colourful electronic rock sporadically cradle us from being swallowed into a total funk, instead lifting us up into the funk.
Three Crows Music - 4th February As a producer, Ethan Johns took under his wings, the likes of Laura Marling, Ryan Adams and the Vaccines....
Beginning with the lush a capella harmonies of 'Weights and Measures', Dry the River delivered a set of exceptional quality.
Returning from her one year hibernation, Kyla La Grange is back at the Hoxton Bar & Kitchen to give us a taste of her new album ‘Cut Your Teeth’, due out in May.
Their fast-paced songs carried them through their set at surprising speed; the audience frenzy peaking at the popular track “long hair”
Converse take us on a London adventure involving Peace, Cold Specks, beer, burritos and tons of fun.
‘I’m so fancy, you already know’ coos Lou Barlow as another Sebadoh show implodes around him….
A touching and unusual show from Daughters' Elena Tonra at Proud Galleries
The way she floats round the stage, holds a pose, hits every note, it's like she's been sent as gift from a far flung planet to please us mere mortals for just one evening.
Grace Jones has the dynamic and unique presence of this one-of-a-kind performer proving the most fitting final chapter imaginable to a stunning weekend.
Enemies of guitar music eager to see its demise were assisted massively by tonight’s celebration of tedium.