In 1980, Josephine flees her home in Ireland to start a new life in London, vowing never to return. Until seventeen years later when she is summoned… Read more “Her Mother’s Daughter – Alice Fitzgerald”
Mesmerising is a word bandied about a lot by music journos and bloggers, but it truly applies to Lowly. Textured, oneiric, shifting and mysterious the Danish band’s… Read more “Lowly – Deer Eyes”
Edward has a history of alcoholism and substance abuse, as well as self harm. When we meet him in Default Setting – A Nervous Breakdown he has just… Read more “Will Green – Default Setting: A Nervous Breakdown”
Economic in words, aggressive in style, complexly layered, new album Luv, Hold Me Down by Drowners is a garage pop record exploding with shards of fizzing entanglements… Read more “Drowners – Luv, Hold Me Down”
Frolicking and cavorting along, but behaving nothing like a baby deer, new track Reap From The Dying Love from East London’s Bambi is a dance tune of style and substance. Slightly intimidating in its unflustered and intoxicating tone, it’s a great representation of their brand of sensitive songs smacked up with riotous beats. Sleek and mathsy but rooted in the best guitar rock, this is one heck of a debut.