We went to see Texan songwriter, Roger Sellers AKA Bayonne, perform at Hackney's Moth Club.
As bold and as confident a record The Echo of Pleasure is, it does begin to blur in to one on repeat listens.
"A new of Montreal album can always be regarded as a treat, just don’t expect more of the same"
Sound issues put a dampener on a strong lineup at this year's All Points East.
The twelve tracks embody everything that enticed the blogosphere back in 2012: attitude, passion and a thoroughly empowering knack for melody
Preoccupations tonight are back where they belong. And that is a relief for all of us.
A touching and unusual show from Daughters' Elena Tonra at Proud Galleries
All of this good-natured industry and sonic anarchy was a joy to behold – especially for a band which rarely plays live.
Searching is Knox finding his own voice after standout solo track ‘Harry’s Code’. It’s early days but he would do well to avoid being typecast as easy listening.
Monster Rally is about escapism; cut’n’paste beats creating collaged instrumental tour guides to places far flung from the metropolis you’re hunkered down in
For a record that was birthed out of just "mucking around", it ranks as one of the year's best.
An acoustic folk re-imagination of the 90’s pop classic originally recorded by Duran Duran, ‘Ordinary World’ is a refreshing taste of what’s to come...
By finding the light to their shade, The Wytches have added a new dimension to their already powerful sound
Grasque will slither into cafes with board games rather than carve a unique identity in the creative margins.
“There’s so much more to life, than all these wastes of time” sings Cothran and, other than ‘New Alhambra’’s superior bookends, it’s an apt sentiment here.
Sure, Mangy Love may sound effortless but, to coin a line from ‘Medusa's Outhouse’, “if it's so easy, you try”
Only her fifth solo LP in a career dating back to the 80s, Broken Politics is exactly the kind of thing our ears need to encounter more regularly.
Dylan Baldi’s Cloud Nothings project has seen its existence evolve in the most honest of lights
Out Her Space is an exercise in subtlety - rarely overdone but always busy.
Lorde's new album full of heartbreak and Melodrama reviewed by Rhian Daly
Coming away from the gig feeling nothing but pure joy, not remembering the last time I saw a gig at The Garage that felt like a Punk Rock show at The Black Heart or The Peel.