REVIEWS

Lower Dens – Escape From Evil
Along with their Baltimore peers Future Islands, Lower Dens have been peddling a compelling retro-futuristic sound and shtick. Their latest release co...more
Spies – Sea Creature EP
Hailing from Dublin, indie shoegazers Spies already have two well received EPs behind them: their 2010 debut Liars call me King and 2013’s Distant...more
Placebo @ Colston Hall, Bristol, 19/03/2015
I’ve never seen a queue this long in Bristol before. Fans are spread across Colston Hall’s many floors, applying one another’s eyeliner as they ...more
Benjamin Clementine – At Least for Now
Benjamin Clementine is an acquired taste, and one which for the large part UK music fans haven’t obtained. Despite an impressive career to date, led...more
Seasick Steve – Sonic Soul Surfer
Sonic Soul Surfer is Seasick Steve's 7th album in 11 years. That seems a pretty average turnaround, but when you take the time to remember that t...more
Laura Marling – Short Movie
Laura Marling is a horse in search of a warrior. This is her first bad move. Horses should stick to searching for oats and merrily cantering around fi...more
The Hysterical Injury – Blood Burst EP
Originally conceived as a full length album, Hysterical Injury’s new EP Blood Burst marks fresh beginnings from a band whose sound has become synony...more
The Go! Team – The Scene Between
Kicking things off with the descending sound of fizzy pop being poured into your ears, The Go! Team couldn’t have picked a more fitting way to open...more
Errors – Lease of Life
Electronic three-piece Errors popped back up on the radar in early March, with material from their new album Lease of Life. A notoriously strong live ...more
Rhain, Tallulah Smith, Champs @ The Louisiana, Bristol, 16/03/2015
Historically, the Isle of Wight is not an area well known for producing musicians with world, or even UK-wide status. That both Bestival and the Isle ...more
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