Albums/EPs

EP REVIEW: Lakeshore – Secret Weapons

Bursting with energy from start-to-finish, Lakeshore open up their second EP ‘Secret Weapons’ with ‘Erased’, a brilliantly subtle combination of traditional rock ‘n’ roll arrangement with a subtly beautiful hint of electronics. The attitude, drive, and strength of this song act as a terrific opener. Read More

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EP REVIEW: Sœur – Fight

If you’ve ever seen modern art (the kind where someone paints an entire canvas one colour and then tells you it has a deep meaning that you couldn’t possibly comprehend behind it), then you’ll understand how best to describe ‘Fight’, the latest EP from Bristol’s Sœur. Read More

Albums/EPs

ALBUM REVIEW: All Get Out – No Bouquet

As seasoned listeners of All Get Out may have come to expect from their previous offering, ‘Nobody Likes A Quitter’, the lyrics of the Texas duo’s latest album ‘No Bouquet’ could quite easily be replaced with the first few pages of the dictionary and Nathan Hussey’s vocal melodies would still be just as intoxicating as they are now. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Now, Now – Saved

Minnesotan indie rockers Now, Now have released something very special with ‘Saved’, their fresh, modern take on a genre which often finds itself oversaturated and forgettable, by featuring minimalistic instrumentation with subtle electronic nuances. Read More