The release of ‘Golden Age’ marks Houndmouth’s third studio album and the first since the amicable departure of keyboardist Katie Toupin. The Indie trio from Indiana has delivered ten new songs for our aural enjoyment and they are happily received!
Three of Sydney, Australia’s rising folk stars deliver a tight album of scuzzy, garage-rock cool. The self-titled Phantastic Ferniture is a record that truly delivers for the summer, and deserves more attention.
If you don’t have much time, but want to discover a new album this week, then Tony Molina has you covered with this fifteen minutes of delightful musical pleasantry.
It’s about time that British Indie had a revival! Floppy hair, Camden Town, chaotic live shows and red Guards Jackets! So, what better a way to kick off than with a touch of The Libertines?
Luluc return with third album Sculptor and high expectations, but an abundance of guest stars and some nice arrangements aren’t enough to sell this record.
Jellies, the new album from former Bees Aaron Fletcher and Tim Parkin, is a pleasant, refreshing slice of 1960s summer pop, but not quite tuneful enough on the one hand or experimental enough in the other to qualify as great.
If you don’t listen to another album this week, please make ‘Stumbler’s Business’ from Kendl Winter the one that you focus your time on. Look inside to find out why…
When asked about reviewing Bodega, my initial research showed all the usual buzzwords: ‘fun’, ‘thought provoking’ and the one term that nearly made me laugh my latte through my nose ‘exciting’. To that person I ask, exciting?! F**k me, we have different definitions of excitement!
Today marks thirty years since the passing of the legendary Singer/Songwriter, Velvet Underground Keyboard player, model and actress Nico, so it’s only apt that we get share one of our personal favourites with you.
What a good year for the roses! Lots of lovely sunshine in good old Blighty, which is good for our lovely flowers. Now, let’s have a mildly related track of the day eh?