Album Reviews

  1. Allo Darlin’ - Allo Darlin’ (Fortuna Pop!)

    Allo Darlin’ - Allo Darlin’ (Fortuna Pop!)

    Debut record from Australia/UK boy/girl pop group par excellence!

    Posted on Jun 29th, 2010

  2. Tesla Boy - Modern Thrills (Mullet)

    Tesla Boy - Modern Thrills (Mullet)

    Russian 80's synths make us need to change our pants after one heck of a hot session.

    Posted on Jun 29th, 2010

  3. Tobacco - Maniac Meat (Anticon)

    Tobacco - Maniac Meat (Anticon)

    Dirt, derogation, depravation: Bearded put on gloves while listening to Tobacco's latest record.

    Posted on Jun 28th, 2010

  4. Black Carrot - Milking Scarabs For Dough (Tin Angel)

    Black Carrot - Milking Scarabs For Dough (Tin Angel)

    It ain’t pretty but it’s memorable, like the aural equivalent of gurning

    Posted on Jun 25th, 2010

  5. Fol Chen - Part II: The New December (Asthmatic Kitty)

    Fol Chen - Part II: The New December (Asthmatic Kitty)

    Fol Chen dive into a ragtag of quirky sounds to build ear-catching musical collages

    Posted on Jun 24th, 2010

  6. Dios - We Are Dios (Buddyhead)

    Dios - We Are Dios (Buddyhead)

    Dios commit to all that which is weird and wonderful, focusing on bending as many genres as possible...

    Posted on Jun 22nd, 2010

  7. Light Pollution - Apparitions (Carpark)

    Light Pollution - Apparitions (Carpark)

    The winning formula for Light Pollution is a good energetic beat behind their ambient constructions, and a discernible refrain in front of them.

    Posted on Jun 21st, 2010

  8. Perfume Genius – Learning (Organs/Turnstile)

    Perfume Genius – Learning (Organs/Turnstile)

    A collection of songs so sincere and angst-ridden that your own emotional cracks will begin leaking at the seams

    Posted on Jun 21st, 2010

  9. David Karsten Daniels & Fight the Big Bull – I Mean to Live Here Still (FatCat)

    David Karsten Daniels & Fight the Big Bull – I Mean to Live Here Still (FatCat)

    Reaching for the stars, Daniels' latest collaborative work is full of otherworldly compositions

    Posted on Jun 21st, 2010

  10. James Yuill - Movement In A Storm (Moshi Moshi)

    James Yuill - Movement In A Storm (Moshi Moshi)

    Yuill raised the bar with his debut record, but is it a case of second album syndrome for the English folkster?

    Posted on Jun 21st, 2010

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