Album Reviews

  1. Arch Garrison: The Bitter Lay (Believers Roast)

    Arch Garrison: The Bitter Lay (Believers Roast)

    A deeply lovely take on ancient English folk music...spacious, haunting and very very pretty

    Posted on Sep 18th, 2020

  2. The Flaming Lips: American Head (Bella Union)

    The Flaming Lips: American Head (Bella Union)

    They were amazing. Then they weren’t. With their latest concept album American Head, have psych-pop veterans the Flaming Lips rediscovered their mojo?

    Posted on Sep 7th, 2020

  3. Floodlights: From A View (Woo Me!)

    Floodlights: From A View (Woo Me!)

    Aussie indie rockers serve up superlative debut platter

    Posted on Sep 5th, 2020

  4. Ulver: Flowers Of Evil (House of Mythology)

    Ulver: Flowers Of Evil (House of Mythology)

    Storied Norwegian experimentalists return with eclectic new set

    Posted on Sep 2nd, 2020

  5. The Wee Cherubs: The Merry Makers (Optic Nerve Recordings)

    The Wee Cherubs: The Merry Makers (Optic Nerve Recordings)

    Intriguing musical time capsule sees unknown 80s’ Glasgow indie-poppers get increasingly moody... and it suits them

    Posted on Sep 1st, 2020

  6. Bill Callahan: Gold Record (Drag City)

    Bill Callahan: Gold Record (Drag City)

    He’s a happy chappie nowadays, but the former Smog man still has plenty to sing about

    Posted on Aug 31st, 2020

  7. Lucy Feliz: Last of The Sun (OK Pal Records)

    Lucy Feliz: Last of The Sun (OK Pal Records)

    Brighton singer-songwriter’s second album muses on old problems and new beginnings

    Posted on Aug 27th, 2020

  8. El Goodo: Zombie (Strangetown Records)

    El Goodo: Zombie (Strangetown Records)

    The best Welsh band the world nearly forgot return with the fourth album in their 20-year career - and it’s another wodge of retro aceness

    Posted on Aug 12th, 2020

  9. Fontaines D.C. - A Hero’s Death (Partisan)

    Fontaines D.C. - A Hero’s Death (Partisan)

    Irish indie superstars’ moody follow-up to their smash-hit debut is a thoughtful take on the old ‘difficult second album’ syndrome

    Posted on Aug 11th, 2020

  10. Kestrels: Dream or Don’t Dream (Noyes Records)

    Kestrels: Dream or Don’t Dream (Noyes Records)

    Canadian power pop group return with blazing new set

    Posted on Aug 2nd, 2020

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