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Lemaitre

Introducing… Lemaitre

Norway’s finest disco pop

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ticktock

Introducing… ticktock

Danish synth pop done the dark way

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FADES

Introducing… FADES

London’s latest riffs are strong with FADES

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Naadia

Introducing… Naadia

Russia’s rising indie pop stars

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Ed Tullett

Introducing… Ed Tullett

Someone’s let Ed loose on the pitch bender!

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Colleen

Colleen – “Captain of None” Review

Possibly the most avant garde folk release of 2015

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Coldair

Introducing… “Coldair”

Polished Polish début!

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Top 30 Albums of 2015

30 albums I hope you love – I do!

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Lila Rose – “We Animals” Review

Percussion takes centre stage in this smashing album

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Shirobon – “Infinity” Review

You can’t take the chip out of the chiptune

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Wildlight – “The Tide” Review

When folk, world and synth music collide – amazing things happen

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Iamamiwhoami – “Concert In Blue” Review

A visual feast of electronica

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Nature Ganganbaigal – “Wormarium Soundtrack” Review

Cutesy kids game music meets Mongolian folk master!

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Bitter’s Kiss – “Bitter’s Kiss” Review

A good voice does not a good album make

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Ringo Deathstarr – “Pure Mood” Review

A wall of sound that I could be locked behind for days

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Aisha Belle – “Colours” Review

How a violin can be the whole band if you have the mind to do so

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Ayumi Hamasaki – “A One” Review

Ballad after ballad after ballad…

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Iain Morrison – “Eas” Review

Glasgow’s finest in lamenting indie folk

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Kurt Cobain – “Montage of Heck The Home Recordings” Review

Montage of demo’s that are too unformed to process

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Olivia Chaney

Olivia Chaney – “The Longest River” Review

England’s new Lady of Folk gives a sterling effort!

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