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Ghosts on Tape – Nature's Law – EP review

Ice pick sharp beats; dance with a wild and sexy vibe.

Why? – Mumps etc – album review

A record for an indie generation

Cuushe: Girl / You Know That I Am Here / But The Dream – ep review

Cuushe is a contemporary Japanese dream-pop singer. This EP follows on from her debut album, and what an ep it is.

Blueneck: Epilogue – album review

It\'s an uplifting and delicate sound....A sound well worth listening to.

Ringo Deathstarr 'Mauve' – album review

'Mauve' may well taste like honey but it's laced with glittered pop rocks and shots of espresso.

Fossil Collective: On and On – interview & ep review

Fossil Collective are indie folk duo Dave Fendick and Jonny Hooker from Leeds

Tim Burgess 'Oh No I Love You' album review

An excellent, exciting album of experimental pop from Charlatans' frontman

Antibalas 'Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra' – album review

Antibalas pull off ferocious and fun for a rewarding listen

Her Parents 'Physical Release' – album review

Here is the deal: Punk isn\'t dead, long live Her Parents

Two Door Cinema Club ‘Beacon’ album review

This album is a far more polished, mature offering from the Northern Irish trio....

Viva le Pink 'London Crawlin' – EP review

Viva le Pink 'London Crawlin' EP (Diablo Records) CD/DL Released 29th October 2012 Debut release from Viva Le Pink, the name refers to the well inked front...

Boz Boorer: Some of the Parts – album review

Boz Boorer has a rockabilly heart beating inside his chest.





Watch This! Hull Four-Piece Reardon Love Find Themselves Locked In The Panopticon

Hull-based indie poppers Reardon Love locked in the panopticon on their salient new single.

Strawbs : Burning For You – Heartbreak Hill – album review

Strawbs : Burning For You - Heartbreak Hill (Cherry Red) CD Out Now Later day efforts by Strawbs...

WATCH THIS! The Other Half ‘combine a post punk intensity with Jesus Lizard and Slint’

From Norwich The Other Half embody the spirit of DIY   whilst combining a post punk intensity with Jesus Lizard and Slint.

Watch This! VEiiLA release live ambient version of Dust

layers of synths and drums have been replaced with washed out piano, while vulnerable soft singing blends with wailing of wind from the window.

Maita: Best Wishes – album review

Maita – Best Wishes (Kill Rock Stars) All formats Out now 8/10 Portland-based Maita’s debut album is a...