Curious though Dead’s concept is, it’s exactly that which somewhat excuses its shortcomings
Tremors is a collection of work that wrestles the listener into submission; as dark and powerful as it is passionate and beautiful
We’re still not sure what a transporterreum is, but this ones’ pretty darn super, that much is certain.
How often in life are we wholly, heart-stirringly stimulated? To be fuelled and fulfilled at the same time is an indulgence reserved for those...
Kate Solomon and Hassan Anderson deconstruct Annie Clark's latest LP.
Take an in depth look into Courtney Barnett's new album 'Tell Me How You Really Feel'.
If their last record, the dreamy, crepuscular U.F.O.F., isn’t already primed for your end-of-year list, then its decidedly earthier companion, Two Hands will surely take its place.
Pretty Years finds Cymbals Eat Guitars continuing their journey as one of the best rock acts around
This round up of their material so far adds another dimension to the band’s spritely sound and shows off their ability to pen an earworm in whatever guise.
For all the influences this album so clearly wears on its sleeve, there’s no doubt to the amount of love and passion McClure has pouring through
Musical direction differs from that of his past, but by incorporating raw, truthful elements into his music, Alfons has created an inspiring record – and his most consistent to date.
Full of techniques only successfully deployed by the most gifted composers. Coombes has made his claim.
The Dublin-based duo drift across 12 tracks, wisps of sound that pit opaque electronics against the inherent mysticism of Irish traditional music.
Veering between regal acoustic jangles and epic shout-along choruses with clarion-calling urgency.
Sadly, Swervedriver 2.0 won’t trouble their status as criminally overlooked indie behemoths of the early 90s.
Anno is a complex listen that demands absolute attention from the listener in its frantic strings and dramatic crescendos.
Top-heavy with dense electronica, a subdued sonic sensibility and clean production wrangle sanity back from the brink in a considered second act.
Arts & Crafts // May 14th Canadians Gold & Youth make lovely, dreamy electronic music. Guitarist and singer Murray McKenzie has a deep, powerful voice...
Noctunes is intriguing enough in its off kilter lullabies to transport you through one listen if nothing more
Instruments finds the Berlin trio in a surprisingly relaxed and inspired mood, recalling Tortoise at their very best
We listened to the third release from the illusive, faceless folk newcomer, Cyrene. “It’s strange what desire will make foolish people do” Last week, ‘Wicked Game’,...