With artists like Kiran Leonard and Joshua Burnside dominating our airwaves, indie pop that recalls 70s production and the roots of the West Coast sce...more
There are so many new bands trying to make their name in the music scene today, it can be pretty easy to get lost in the ever flowing seas of clones a...more
There’s an urgent West Coast-esque drawl to Lowell’s music that calls to mind the slacker pout of firm DrunkenWerewolf favourite EMA and her recen...more
Luke Sital-Singh is a self-proclaimed pessimist. He describes himself as a “melancholy chap” by default, with a “glass half empty” outlook on...more
If you like rock'n'roll or music in general you may well have come across Fat White Family at some point this year or last. And if you haven’t yet,...more
Melodies that will melt your heart, a healthy outlook on celebrity and bite to defy the stereotypes of her pop genre – when Megan Washington release...more
North Atlantic Oscillation – The Third Day
Allo Darlin’ – We Come From the Same Place
The History of Apple Pie – Feel Something
Wampire – Bazaar
The Wanton Bishops @ Red Bull Studios, London, 16/09/2014
This is one music reviewer who is not ashamed to clamour for an encore. And clamour I do – the raw power of The Wanton Bishops' unique brand of gara...more
First Aid Kit @ Colston Hall, Bristol, 19/09/2014
First Aid Kit have become a big deal and it seems to have come almost out of nowhere. The Swedish sisters have always produced pleasant and enjoyable...more
Luke Sital-Singh @ The Lantern, Bristol, 15/09/2014
Colston Hall’s baby sibling of a venue, The Lantern, has carpeted floors. You might think this an irrelevant observation: you’re wrong. In between...more
Gruff Rhys @ Woodlands Church, Bristol, 11/09/2014
Gruff Rhys' fourth album, American Interior, is a quirky chronicle of lesser-known parts of Welsh-American folklore. It’s a whimsical concept albu...more