Tag: new album

Album: Aldous Harding – ‘Party’

The sophomore album from Kiwi singer-songwriter Aldous Harding, Party, is also her first on seminal indie label 4AD, and as her first international release acts as a sort of debut for a wider audience. 2014’s self-titled record on Flying Nun…

ALBUM: Pissed Jeans – ‘Why Love Now’

There’s no denying, Pissed Jeans are an acquired taste. Why Love Now is half an hour of self-doubt: Why, just why, do I like this half hour of noise about fetish webcams and office supplies so much? But I do,…

Interview: Girls Names

With their distinctive dark indie pop noises and euphoric notes, Girls Names are fast becoming the best thing to come out of Northern Ireland since The Undertones. With their new album ‘Arms Around A Vision’ easily being their most immediate, forceful…

ALBUM: Dexters ‘We Paid For Blood’

Rating: As one of the many who became instantly and immensely impressed by the self-titled debut from Dexters last year, I was admittedly as nervous as I was excited when I heard word of the sequel, We Paid For Blood….

ALBUM: Low ‘Ones & Sixes’

Rating: Two decades on, eleven albums in, and Low are still determinedly testing their limits and composing songs that leave listeners on the verge of apparent breakdowns, whether due to their cataclysmic clout or gorgeous hymnal simplicity. Ones & Sixes…

ALBUM: Queen Kwong – ‘Get A Witness’

After much anticipation, we’re finally blessed with a debut album from LA-based Queen Kwong – aka Carré Carraway. After a sold out four month residency in London earlier this year, the LA punks built up a bit of a reputation…

ALBUM: RADKEY – ‘Dark Black Makeup’

Following the release of three tracks already this year, Missouri trio of brothers – Radkey – now present the world with their debut album. After hearing the tracks ‘Parade It’, ‘Love Spills’ and title track ‘Dark Black Makeup’, I was anxious that…