Kurt Cobain

“Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck” Review

Despite Nirvana, and by extension Kurt Cobain featuring a massive role in my early musical life, I really didn’t pick up much on Kurt’s own life as I was a ...

Son Lux

Son Lux – “Bones” Review

Ryan Lott channels angry and all his previous lyrics into an explosive if familiar album

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Bic Runga

Bic Runga Returns!

My favourite New Zealand singer/songwriter bursts back on the scene
Penka Kouneva

Penka Kouneva Releases “The Woman Astronaut” – Behind the Scenes

Behind the scenes of her latest orchestral odyssey
Sara Curtin

Introducing… Sara Curtin

Meshing soul and folk to bring sexy back to darkness

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Jillian Aversa

Jillian Aversa & Doug Perry Cover “NieR”

NieR gets the Aversa treatment!

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Temple Invisible

Video Vault – Temple Invisible

Ethereal trip hop from Romania

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Gary Lucas

Gary B Lucas – “The Way My Story Goes” Review

We love home brews and Gary Lucas is certainly one of those. The Brit returns for his new album “The Way My Story Goes” and its acoustic pop rock tones pushes a gentle confessional along quite happily. This is an album for those moments on banks of grass surveying the scene. Opening with “In Doubt” […]

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Seiken – “I Can’t Draw Faces” Review

Chip tunes pushing the art in artist

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Cornelia – “Balun” Review

Experimental electronica makes for a fantastic début

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Oh Man The Mountain

Oh Man The Mountain – “Floodplain” Review

Manchester mixes grungy production with folk roots for mixed results

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Olga Bell

Introducing… Olga Bell

A new voice enters to warp your brain to shreads

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My Brightest Diamond

My Brightest Diamond – “I Had Grown Wild” Review

Shara goes French for this bonus EP

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The Secret Storm

The Secret Storm – “In The Sun EP” Review

Perfectly pitched for old and new fans for career 2.0

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Video Vault – Bjork

Lots of Bjork’s in a 360 degree interactive space? I’m IN!

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We Were Promised Jetpacks

Introducing… We Were Promised Jetpacks

In the Scottish hills there be rocking giants…

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The Wheel Workers

Introducing… The Wheel Workers

Part rock, part comedy, part get smashed down the pub = The Wheel Workers

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Introducing… Netsuke

Or how to write a great anti standard indie pop song

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Eska – “Eska” Review

London and Zimbabwe collide into a beautiful mess of sounds and colours

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Introducing… Paddy Hanna

Irish indie pop has a new challenger!

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James Nighthawk

James Nighthawk – “Beauty and Sorrow” Review

After a gentle lullaby of a début with The Twilight Sessions, James Nighthawk returns for the follow-up “Beauty and Sorrow” sets sail for pastures more eclectic with a fuller sound, moving away from the acoustic folk seeped previous work but taking the folk stories with him across new lands. Opener “The Ocean’s Gentle Breeze” opens […]

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Derek Bishop

Derek Bishop – “Bicycling In Quicksand” Review

Derek Bishop’s début album was all kinds of funky with disco infused piano vibes and plenty of production really pushing catchy songs into a top draw realm. Returning with more of the same but amped up, “Bicycling In Quicksand” rips out all the ballads and replaces them with glittering disco balls. The 70’s worship kicks […]

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Miracles of Modern Science

Video vault – Miracles of Modern Science

The best string rock group have returned 118-118!

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Flyying Colours

Introducing… Flyying Colours

The Go Team of the 90s today?

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Introducing… Colleagues

The smoothest of the smooth in electro pop

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