Category: Album Reviews

White Lies ‘Big TV’ – ALBUM REVIEW

Who doesn’t want to be in a rock band? What with their artfully bashed-up guitars, wardrobe full of skinny ties, the adulation of the masses and in another time, the groupies, you would think everyone would want in. White Lies…

Gigslutz tracks of the week 16.08.13

If you’re after a fresh slice of garage rock, then you should let your ears feast on a bit of Hanni El Khatib. His current single is probably the track of the week. Produced by Dan Auerbach of The Black…

The Dangerous Summer- ‘Golden Record’ Album Review

With the release of ‘Golden Record’ comes a heartfelt, personal album which marks the culmination of a journey of exploration by ‘The Dangerous Summer’ in their career to date. Named after the famous Ernest Hemingway novel about the writer’s travels…

Jam Reviews The Airborne Toxic Event Album

Such Hot Blood   “Do you drink to forget or do you drink to remember?” The gritty and ashy vocals of Mikel Jollett fulfils the dark ambience that ‘Secret’, the first track off their album ‘Such Hot Blood’ signifies for…

Mari’s Tracks of The Week – 10/08/13

Yes Gigslutters, grab a cup of tea, pause Curb Your Enthusiasm and relax and consume Mari’s wee gems for this week.. Aussie quartet, Cloud Control, have released the latest single from their new album ‘Dream Cave’ (released 16th September). ‘Scar’…

The Civil Wars – ‘The Civil Wars’ ALBUM REVIEW

History is littered with the shards left behind fractious relationships within bands, however this hasn’t always led to the diminishing quality of the musical output. If anything the result of inner conflict can sometimes produce wonderful pieces of work. Little…

The Kissaway Trail ‘Breach’ – ALBUM REVIEW

Denmark. A country perhaps not best known for its music scene, but Copenhagen-based The Kissaway Trail released their first EP in 2006, followed it up with their debut album just three months later, and have been plugging away steadily ever…