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albums & eps
Lost Midas - Off The Course

by AdamTait on 24 July 2014

The heavy haze of Boston-native Jason Trkakis’ (AKA Lost Midas) new home Los Angeles runs through Off The Course. Undeniably, sunshine is...
Batsch – Collar

by Kyle McCormick on 24 July 2014

Is stretching five tracks out to just short of thirty minutes ingenuity just taking it too far? Post-rock fans will likely be happy to wax lyrical...
Acollective – Pangaea

by Kyle McCormick on 24 July 2014

“Acollective is Acollective.” says Facebook, and you can take from that what you will, given the fairly ambiguous nature of the statement. Given...
The heavy haze of Boston-native Jason Trkakis’ (AKA Lost Midas) new home Los Angeles runs through Off The Course. Undeniably, sunshine is certainly everywhere on this record,...

Lost Midas - Off The Course

by AdamTait on 24 July 2014

Is stretching five tracks out to just short of thirty minutes ingenuity just taking it too far? Post-rock fans will likely be happy to wax lyrical about how any song less than...

Batsch – Collar

by Kyle McCormick on 24 July 2014

“Acollective is Acollective.” says Facebook, and you can take from that what you will, given the fairly ambiguous nature of the statement. Given the current situation in...

Acollective – Pangaea

by Kyle McCormick on 24 July 2014

Hotly tipped and hyped by those in Scottish music circles since their inception, Honeyblood have lived up to the expectation on the release of their self-titled, debut album...

Honeyblood – Honeyblood

by Kyle McCormick on 24 July 2014

If you're a novice to Californian punk rock band Joyce Manor you should be warned in advance, the records are short. They generally clock in at around 20 minutes and 'Never...

Joyce Manor - Never Hungover Again

by SeanAtkinson on 24 July 2014

A third of the tracks on La Roux’s sophomore album extend beyond the five-minute mark, an initial indication that this release will be breaking out of that “perfect”...

La Roux - Trouble in Paradise

by KnarBedian on 23 July 2014

It is 16 years since ‘White Ladder’ brought David Gray to worldwide attention and deservedly garner much acclaim for an oft ignored talent. The three albums that preceded it,...

David Gray - Mutineers

by AlexJackson on 21 July 2014

Categorise this as you will – ambient, instrumental, experimental – but whichever way you look at Lawrence English’s ‘Wilderness of Mirrors’, this eight-track album in...

Lawrence English – Wilderness of Mirrors

by ChristopherNosnibor on 21 July 2014

“You know, you know who you look like, you look John Travolta. Nah don't be daft, man. He's a mix of the two blokes from Abba...” declares the second track from 'The Death of...

John MOuse - The Death of John MOuse

by DavidBeech on 21 July 2014

Fashionable Australian types Ginger & The Ghost have been doing musical things since 2012, just not in the UK. Now it would appear that 2014 will be the year they finally make...

Ginger & The Ghost - 'Call Up The Whales'

by EdwardClibbens on 17 July 2014

‘Dream It Away’ is the follow-up to the acclaimed ‘Fanatical Love’ for Welsh outfit Kutosis. They may feel some pressure to deliver given the positive reception to the...

Kutosis – ‘Dream It Away’

by Kyle McCormick on 17 July 2014

When your debut album is received to rapturous acclaim, and everyone loves you… what do you do next? Take a few years to let the musical melting pot melt, and then return with...

Flood Of Red – ‘Throw’

by Kyle McCormick on 17 July 2014

Returning with his second album in almost exactly a year, Algernon Doll or Ewan Grant (primarily), presents the follow-up to 2013’s ‘Citalo-pop’ in the form of...

Algernon Doll – ‘Omphalic’

by Kyle McCormick on 17 July 2014

Morrissey
Morrissey's last few studio albums have been frustrating: bloated, clumsy, overproduced and lyrically painted by numbers, it seemed fair to assume that the great man's career was...

Morrissey - World Peace Is None Of Your Business

by ChristopherMoffatt on 16 July 2014

Brighton's cabaret-punk troupe Birdeatsbaby have returned, and though they're still wearing their Dresden Dolls influence very much on their sleeves, they're showing welcome...

Birdeatsbaby – The Bullet Within

by RolandMcIntyre on 16 July 2014

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