Single Reviews

  1. Crystal Fighters – LA Calling (Zirkulo)

    Crystal Fighters – LA Calling (Zirkulo)

    London trio blow the lid off their latest album with second single ‘LA Calling’

    Posted on Sep 26th, 2013

  2. CYMBALS – The End (Tough Love)

    CYMBALS – The End (Tough Love)

    Itching to hear the new CYMBALS record? This single should tide you over for now

    Posted on Aug 15th, 2013

  3. Tom Vek & Olga Bell - Nothankyou (Moshi Moshi)

    Tom Vek & Olga Bell - Nothankyou (Moshi Moshi)

    The much-loved Londoner returns with an angelic, New York songstress in tow

    Posted on Aug 7th, 2013

  4. Lady Lykez: I Love My Butt (self-release)

    Lady Lykez: I Love My Butt (self-release)

    Earworm debut single from British femcee

    Posted on Jul 31st, 2013

  5. Teleman – Steam Train Girl (Encona)

    Teleman – Steam Train Girl (Encona)

    Even on autopilot, this smart-pop three piece get the job done

    Posted on Jul 31st, 2013

  6. Department M - The Second Prize (Too Pure)

    Department M - The Second Prize (Too Pure)

    Dave Reynolds sees serious potential in Department M’s latest single release

    Posted on Jul 4th, 2013

  7. Kid Creole & The Coconuts: Pack Your Trunk (feat. Jem Stone) (Tommy Boy)

    Kid Creole & The Coconuts: Pack Your Trunk (feat. Jem Stone) (Tommy Boy)

    Eighties troupe return on legendary hip-hop label Tommy Boy

    Posted on Jul 3rd, 2013

  8. PINS: Stay True/Get With Me (Bella Union)

    PINS: Stay True/Get With Me (Bella Union)

    Manchester quartet return with storming double A-side single

    Posted on Jul 3rd, 2013

  9. Emily Wells - Passenger (Partisan)

    Emily Wells - Passenger (Partisan)

    Emily Wells releases new single 'Passenger' in anticipation of her debut UK album 'Mama'. Larry Day gives it a listen for Bearded

    Posted on May 7th, 2013

  10. Frank’s Daughter – Fall Fully Backwards (Immure)

    Frank’s Daughter – Fall Fully Backwards (Immure)

    Paired up by destiny at the turn of the decade, Deptford duo Frank’s Daughter have been conjuring ideas for fizzy brain-massaging sounds since that fateful whisky-soaked evening in Brooklyn, New York. Frank and Arthur – not, as their names may infer, a vaudevillian organ-grinding act – eventually relocated to old London town, but finding the urban rat-race dull, swiftly relocated again to an out-of-season Alpine hotel, presumably exactly like the one in The Shining. Fast-forward a few years, and we have a burgeoning produceral pairing, ready to unveil their debut LP The Sound Of A Heart Unravelling in May.

    Posted on Mar 5th, 2013

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