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Eels - 'The Cautionary Tales...

by AlanAshtonSmith on 15 April 2014

It’s easy to forget how prolific Mark Oliver Everett, aka E, the lynchpin of Eels, has been over the past eighteen years – this is his eleventh...
Ratking - So It Goes

by AdamTait on 14 April 2014

There’s a well chosen spoken-word sample at the start of Ratking’s brilliant So It Goes, one that espouses the pointlessness of comparing hip...
Ziggy Marley - Fy Rasta

by AdamTait on 14 April 2014

Ahead of the release of Fly Rasta, the fifth solo studio album from Bob Marley’s eldest Ziggy, there was words of worry about how the musician’s...
It’s easy to forget how prolific Mark Oliver Everett, aka E, the lynchpin of Eels, has been over the past eighteen years – this is his eleventh album. As the title indicates,...

Eels - 'The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett'

by AlanAshtonSmith on 15 April 2014

There’s a well chosen spoken-word sample at the start of Ratking’s brilliant So It Goes, one that espouses the pointlessness of comparing hip hop endeavors of today with the...

Ratking - So It Goes

by AdamTait on 14 April 2014

Ahead of the release of Fly Rasta, the fifth solo studio album from Bob Marley’s eldest Ziggy, there was words of worry about how the musician’s long-standing fans would feel...

Ziggy Marley - Fy Rasta

by AdamTait on 14 April 2014

Hailing from South California, four-piece nearly/early twentysomethings Bad Suns’ debut EP is a mini-collection of good, fun (in the) sun. While they cite The Clash and The Cure...

Bad Suns - Transpose EP

by DanBull on 12 April 2014

This EP is short and to the point, and warrants a review in kind. Two words ought to do it: fast and nasty. The bass rattles under the stabbing guitar, the vocals are shouted. The...

Winnebago Deal - Bail Out EP

by ChristopherNosnibor on 12 April 2014

A perfect blend of western folk and bluegrass, ‘The Ballad Of Willy Robbins’ is an impressive debut for Vikesh Kapoor. With hints of Cohen and Cash throughout, the concept...

Vikesh Kapoor - The Ballad Of Willy Robbins

by HannahSweetnam on 12 April 2014

Using the moniker Matthew & The Atlas, British musician Matt Hegarty’s debut album ‘Other Rivers’ completely uproots his draft of releases on fledgling label, Communion....

Matthew & The Atlas - Other Rivers

by HannahSweetnam on 12 April 2014

It's been just over three years since the release of the release of 'Chasing Ghosts', the debut album from Sheffield four piece The Crookes, and we now find ourselves with the...

The Crookes - Soapbox

by SeanAtkinson on 10 April 2014

The title track opens the album in an uncharacteristically upbeat style – at least by Trent Miller’s standards. There’s a country twang to the sweetly picked acoustic guitar,...

Trent Miller - Burnt Offerings

by ChristopherNosnibor on 10 April 2014

Writing in October 2009 on Paul Thomas Saunders’ debut EP, ‘Four Songs In Twilight’, I noted the meticulous attention to detail, not only the individual compositions but the...

Paul Thomas Saunders - Beautiful Desolation

by ChristopherNosnibor on 10 April 2014

That Skull Defekts have achieved only limited success beyond their native Sweden is, frankly, criminal. Since their inception in 2005, they’ve pushed the boundaries of post-punk,...

The Skull Defekts - Dances In Dreams Of The Known Unknown

by ChristopherNosnibor on 10 April 2014

Parisian house producer Tim Paris, now residing in London, releases 'Rain' a four track EP featuring the titular song, lifted from debut album 'Dancers', and three remixed...

Tim Paris - Rain EP

by MartinStevenson on 10 April 2014

For many people of my generation My Chemical Romance were swiftly dismissed with the e word. Their loss, and whilst the middle aged Billie Joe Armstrong makeup was enough for many...
It’s a bit hard to know what you’re dealing with with Erika M. Anderson’s cheerily titled The Future’s Void. Judging by opener ‘Satellites’ and ongoing sinister theme...

EMA - The Future's Void

by AdamTait on 09 April 2014

There’s two faces to SOHN’s debut album Tremors. On the one hand it’s hard to escape the pervading sense of sadness that seems to chase the multitalented musician's every...

SOHN - Tremors

by AdamTait on 09 April 2014

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