Reviews

REVIEW: Sing Leaf – Not Earth

REVIEW: Sing Leaf – Not Earth

The new album by Sing Leaf was written in creator David Como’s home at the quiet of day maybe when the birds are singing aloft on an autumn branch, when the sun is just peaking over the brow of a…

REVIEW: Palace Winter – …Keep Dreaming Buddy

REVIEW: Palace Winter – …Keep Dreaming Buddy

The elegant, youthful sound of Palace Winter is just the sort of thing to calm the nerves whilst de-icing the car, navigating misty roads and putting the full beam on as the nights draw in and the warmth in the…

REVIEW: Teenage Waitress - Love and Chemicals

REVIEW: Teenage Waitress – Love and Chemicals

Southampton. Birth place of Ken Russell, Howard Jones plus an exciting new artist that has been compared to the likes of Blur, Supergrass and Arctic Monkeys with the same pace as Matt Le Tissier flying through midfield before unleashing a…

REVIEW: Garcia Peoples – Nightcap At Wits End

REVIEW: Garcia Peoples – Nightcap At Wits’ End

The last album by Garcia Peoples, One Step Behind, was one of the most imaginative and distinctively creative in recent years by any band harking from New Jersey. Totally 2 tracks, the first being a 30 minute plus jam come…

REVIEW: The Moons – Pocket Melodies

REVIEW: The Moons – Pocket Melodies

Since landing on earth The Moons have been dipping their toes into the indie, 60’s, popular guitar band genre building their reputation around nifty 3 minutes ditties whilst looking the dapper part in whistle and flutes. Their latest long player…