After two releases in the last two and a half years that have earned themselves two five star reviews on this very magazine, could this be the completion of a five star trio from ex-Yuck frontman turned experimental Singer/Songwriter Daniel Blumberg?
Daniel Blumberg is back with ‘Liv’, the until now unreleased precursor to his debut solo record ‘Minus’, alongside Hebronix. Does it match up to the absolute masterpiece of it’s predecessor though? Find out inside…
Many bands struggle to make it to ten albums, even more failing to make five. 23 seems like a pipe-dream for a lot of artists, but The Bevis Frond have gone and done it. But is this just quantity over quality?
Considering its almost the three year anniversary of the release of the EP, its about time we honoured The Japanese House and their stunning track ‘Clean’!
When we finally met ‘Relaxer’ back in June last year, we were reintroduced to alt-J in all their creative glory, but that wasn’t all. ‘Reduxer’ is a reimagined hip-hop take on the album, featuring global hip-hop artists such as Pusha-T & Danny Brown.
Back with their sixth studio album comes experimental indie get-up, Downpilot. The album certainly looks the part, but does it sound the part? Find out inside…
To try to explain why you need a bit of Death Grips in your day would be an almost impossible task… So rather than trying, we invite you to just enjoy this banger!
Here to improve your day at least a little bit is Ohmme, a Chicago based duo that revel in the experimental. So why not check out what we thought of their brand new album ‘Parts’ right here?
After producing (and sometimes engineering) six albums completely on their own, you would imagine that El Ten Eleven would be stuck in their ways. However, this doesn’t seem to be the case.
‘Suffuse’ is not an easy album to listen to however, this is no mere collection of pretentious, experimental self-indulgence from Roy Montgomery, but an excellent collection of compositions that sit more comfortably in the the context of art than album.