Coves – You’re Evil

Opening in an explosion of euphoric dark disco, Coves new single You’re Evil bristles with rocking glitchiness and crisp dirty guitars, soaring and stomping through its three minutes with tempestuous brilliance. Beck Wood and  John Ridgard wrote the new album having left Leamington Spa for London and whilst on the road with the likes of StContinue reading “Coves – You’re Evil”

Some of the best tracks of 2014

Only some of them mind, because trying to shoehorn such a deliriously rich of year of music into one succint list is, frankly, impossible. Future islands – Seasons (Waiting For You) Thanks to Sam Herring’s bad dad dancing on the Letterman show this rousing, triumphant and exuberant tune made its way onto my playlist – and stayedContinue reading “Some of the best tracks of 2014”

The wireless this week

The wonderful Drew Worthley plays us some of his inspiring and intimate tunes whilst chatting away, full of charm and intelligence. I also play the following songs… Sky Larkin – The Day The World Turned Day Glo Molly’s Lipps – Scars Drew Worthley – Bone China Saviour Coves – Beatings The Orwells – In MyContinue reading “The wireless this week”

Coves – Beating

Beautiful strings and sketchy beats, glitchy synths and soaring wails, soft cooing vocals and powerful assertions, vulnerable verses and acidic cutting choruses, on new song Beating Coves have taken every genre, every sound, every tactic, every noise, thrown them together without depleting the power of the individual but making every single one greater than the someContinue reading “Coves – Beating”