REVIEWS

All We Are – All We Are
Touted as Ones to Watch in 2015, All We Are are off to a steady start with their eponymous debut album. The trio that comprises the band have alread...more
The Body & Thou – You, Whom I Have Always Hated
This album is unbelievably hard to listen to. It’s being touted as the “heaviest album” ever made. There can’t be more than ten people with an...more
Esme Patterson – Woman to Woman
Esme Patterson has a vocal like melting honey churned with butter and something a little salty. It’s the kind of voice other artists dream of: perfe...more
Eyes For Gertrude – Residential Bliss
Residential Bliss is the “long awaited” debut by folk-duo Eyes for Gertrude. It’s an album of songs about things out of reach, of songs about ...more
The Dodos – Individ
Let’s take a ride. The coastline to our side, a tinged horizon overhead, and without a care in the world we’ll go wherever the road takes us. If t...more
Tanya Tagaq – Animism
When asked what can be done with the voice to make music, most people will probably just guess at singing or screaming. There will undoubtedly be a fe...more
Team Me – Blind As Night
Team Me’s second album has epic ambition. From the 8 minute opener “Riding My Bicycle” onwards, Blind As Night is a pop album that’s not afrai...more
Rae Morris – Unguarded
Rae Morris has done it. It’s that simple. Her debut album Unguarded was initially scheduled for release at the end of 2014, but marketing complicati...more
BC Camplight – How to Die in the North
Released on Bella Union on 19th January, BC Camplight’s new album How to Die in the North shows off clever song writing and a refreshingly playfu...more
Emmy the Great – S EP
We’ve been sat here trying to think of something nice to say about S, the new EP from London based artist Emmy the Great, for some time. It’s not ...more
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