Album Reviews

  1. Seeland - Under Abraham’s Mind (LoAF)

    Seeland - Under Abraham’s Mind (LoAF)

    There’s always something to be said for a genuinely great, daring and different cover version. Whether it’s Sonic Youth’s take on Madonna or Serafina Steer covering Brian Eno, hearing a magnificent re-imagining of a familiar song can be a thrilling and surprisingly affecting experience.

    Posted on Dec 6th, 2010

  2. The Unkindness Of Ravens - I Used To Be So Pretty (Sonic Fire)

    The Unkindness Of Ravens - I Used To Be So Pretty (Sonic Fire)

    Their third release of the year shows that the duo are real contenders for that electro throne.

    Posted on Nov 22nd, 2010

  3. The Narcoleptic Dancers - Not Evident (Bleepmachine / Capitaine Plouf)

    The Narcoleptic Dancers - Not Evident (Bleepmachine / Capitaine Plouf)

    With a beautiful back-story to propagate their EP (being half brother and sister, recently united through tragedy), Melody Van Kappers and Anton Louis Jr. offer us a lesson in breezy feel-good tunes which permeate your mind offering you a new viewpoint on life.

    Posted on Nov 12th, 2010

  4. Ursine Vulpine - Fenrir (Idle Hands)

    Ursine Vulpine - Fenrir (Idle Hands)

    The debut EP from Ursine Vulpine, otherwise known as 19 year old Freddie Lloyd, is both mature and beautiful. Encompassing a vast array of sounds and influences, all of the many instruments which from this scenic endeavor are expertly played by the man himself. Atmospheric to the last, each song portrays a miniature world in which everything has been expertly designed and cultivated. Put simply, its bloody marvellous, and addictive to boot!

    Posted on Oct 28th, 2010

  5. Washed Out - Life Of Leisure (Mexican Summer)

    Washed Out - Life Of Leisure (Mexican Summer)

    The sound of the summer can be found on Washed Out's new EP, and it's a euphoria you can get lost in.

    Posted on Jun 16th, 2010

  6. The Scottish Enlightenment - Pascal (Armellodie)

    The Scottish Enlightenment - Pascal (Armellodie)

    There's respect aplenty with the Scottish rockers' new EP

    Posted on May 31st, 2010

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