Category: Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Todd Terje ‘It’s Album Time’

For a while there it was hard to believe that dance music existed beyond the chart topping pop-house EDM shit produced by the likes of Avicii and David Guetta or the copious amounts of Ministry of Sound collated ‘Deep House’…

ALBUM REVIEW: OFF! – ‘Wasted Years’

Wasted Years is the latest release from hardcore punk outfit OFF!, a super-group of sorts featuring former members of acts such as Circle Jerks, Black Flag, Rocket From the Crypt and Hot Snakes, among others. Recorded live to tape at…

ALBUM REVIEW: James Walsh – ‘Turning Point’

Fans of Starsailor and James Walsh will not be disappointed with his debut solo album ‘Turning Point’, released by Solo Records and available to buy now. Walsh wastes no time reminding us what we have been missing with his unmistakable…

Tracks Of The Week, 07.04.14

Currently in the process of recording a debut album with Jim Spencer (Johnny Marr, New Order, The Charlatans), The Tapestry have already been receiving acclaim from the likes of Liam Gallagher – not bad for band who haven’t yet released…

ALBUM REVIEW: Mac DeMarco ‘Salad Days’

Mac DeMarco has made the same old “jizz jazz” present in his 2012 album 2 and first EP Rock and Roll Night Club but in Salad Days, he has refined his sound even further while adding a few twists (Note…

ALBUM REVIEW: Lucius ‘Wildewoman’

There’s something about Lucius’ music that makes you smile. The five member, Brooklyn-based group is breezy, different. With their infectious tracks, you can’t stop moving to the beat. ‘Wildewoman’, the band’s debut album, is very diverse. There’s an intriguing irony…

Album Review: EMA ‘The Future’s Void’

EMA – or Ericka M Anderson to her Mom – is on her second album.  Having released debut Past Life Martyred Saints in 2011 to some good feedback, she’s now ready to drop her second offering, The Future’s Void.  I…

Tracks Of The Week, 28.03.14

Not much happens in Bridport… I should know – my parents moved there after I left home, escaped to the country and all that. An unpretentious, South West, coastal town, home to Billy Bragg, Palmers beer and some stunning pastoral…

EP REVIEW: Darlia ‘Candyman’

Darlia is probably the first band that I’ve lowered myself to the state of screaming 14 year-old girl for, which is a bit weird given that I’m 17 and male. I think in the past, the music that I’ve been…