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Turnpike Glow – ‘Funke Pop’ EP Review

Art-Pop outfit, Turnpike Glow, started out life as just Sandro Schiena and Giuseppe La Mela in Rome back in 2007, before gracing the streets of London with their Psych-Indie sounds, and joining with English musicians – Anthony, Jeremy and, most…

Gigslutz Radio Show June 2013

Gigslutz took over Optical Radio last week for their monthly show. Dangerous Dave was as always joined by the prodigy that is Jam Luckhurst as well as Gigslutz writers Sophie and Leanne. Press play below for the usual cross genre…

Sigur Rós ‘Kveikur’ – Album Review

The Sigur Rós crusade started in 1994 in Reykjavik with messers, Jónsi Birgisson, Georg Hólm and Águst Ævar Gunnarsson. From the outset, the band have consistently imposed a unique style of atmospheric sounds and ambient music that would make the…

Cattle & Cane LIVE @ Village Underground, Shoreditch

The Village Underground was the venue of choice for the headline band Half Moon Run, an industrial looking building with overwhelmingly high ceilings and exposed walls, very Shoreditch cool but undoubtedly a total bitch to sound check in. I was…

Gigslutz Interview with – ELITE FORCE

With his forth annual Boat Party on the Thames and an after party alongside Supatronix at Brixton Jamm on 13 July, we managed to talk to workaholic Elite Force in between time with his family, the office, touring the US…

Daughn Gibson ‘Me Moan’ – Album Review

Daughn Gibson’s second album ‘Me Moan’ is a refreshing catalogue of folk-like story telling set to subterranean layering of guitar twanging, electronic sounds and erm… bagpipes. Following on from ‘All Hell’ the former trucker expands with 11 eclectic tracks ranging…