Author Archives: Matt Mead

About Matt Mead

Freelance writer who likes anything with heart and soul
REVIEW: Alfa 9 My Sweet Movida album review

REVIEW: Alfa 9 My Sweet Movida album review

Not since Jackie Trent came out of Newcastle Under Lyme has good music been discovered from this neck of the woods. Alfa 9 are tearing up the form books with their country, psych, rock effortlessly layered with smooth harmonies that…

REVIEW: Deliluh – Beneath The Floors album review

REVIEW: Deliluh – Beneath The Floors album review

The latest release by Deliluh is a collection of jagged songs recorded in the same veterans hall 5 months prior to its sibling record Oath Of Intent. Beneath The Floors searches deep into similar avenues explored by some of rocks…

REVIEW: The Band – The Band 50th anniversary release

REVIEW: The Band – The Band 50th anniversary release

One of the all-time legendary rock groups The Band have had their legendary self-titled album re-released for a 50 year anniversary with a bunch of rare and previously unreleased material added to the already highly esteemed long player. Following on…

REVIEW: The End: From Beginning to End box set

REVIEW: The End: From Beginning to End vinyl box set

Formed in 1965 The End came together from the dust of previous bands including Tuxedos, Innocents and Original Topics. With a love for psychedelic pop the group evolved into their own beast with support and the production skills of Rolling…

NEWS: Turkish Delight – double album reissue

NEWS: Turkish Delight – double album reissue

Formed in 1994 Turkish Delight became cult favourites in the underground scene burgeoning in Boston, MA during the first half of the ‘90s. Touted as Thurston Moore’s favourite band they had an incredibly intricate sound and experimental approach to making…

Hailing from London noir pop band Useless Cities are releasing an exciting new track entitled Life Is Full Of Endless Possibilities on 15th November

TRACK OF THE WEEK: Useless Cities new single

Hailing from London noir pop band Useless Cities are releasing an exciting new track entitled Life Is Full Of Endless Possibilities on 15th November on their own label. With influences ranging from Interpol to The Cure the dark shimmer of…