Tag: Album review

ALBUM: Pond ‘Man It Feels Like Space Again’

Rating: It’s been a while since I’ve been this excited about an album, and after listening to Pond‘s new record, Man It Feels like Space Again, a grand total of five times today, I’m officially addicted. The Australian psych-pop band…

ALBUM REVIEW: Jessie Ware ‘Tough Love’

Rating: South- Londoner Jessie Ware’s debut album Devotion was beloved by fans and critics alike back in 2012; two years later the expectation for her follow up is extremely high and leaves Jessie Ware in an extremely daunting position. However…

ALBUM REVIEW: Laura Moody ‘Acrobats’

If you haven’t yet heard of Laura Moody, Avant-Garde singer songwriter and Elysian Quartet cellist, then prepare yourself for some ear melting delight with the imminent release of her debut album Acrobats. Teasing listeners with 5 live video releases of…

ALBUM REVIEW: Black Strobe ‘Godforsaken Roads’

Rating: It seems that Arnaud Rebotini’s mind dwells simultaneously in two different dimensions. One is a monochrome futuristic world occupied by him and his vintage electro/techno machines, which we catch a glimpse of in his solo project carrying his name….

ALBUM REVIEW: ELEVANT ‘ELEVANT’

Rating: Psychedelic, post-punk and heavy rock is thrown full force at us in the shape of Elevant‘s eponymous debut album. Rather then rushing to eagerly tell us what they’re all about, Elevant have introduced themselves with a teasing element of…

ALBUM REVIEW: Kele ‘Trick’

Rating: Back in 2005 Kele Okereke helped lay the stylistic foundations of a newly resurgent indie scene, as one part of Bloc Party, with the release of their debut album Silent Alarm, a confident artsy rock record, and leading proponent…

ALBUM REVIEW: Electric Youth ‘Innerworld’

Rating: L.A./Toronto-based synth pop duo Electric Youth – aka Austin Garrick and Bronwyn Griffin – have quite the history behind them: they have been making music together since 2009, but have been dating since they were in eighth grade. Their star…

ALBUM REVIEW: The Raveonettes ‘Pe’Ahi’

Rating: The Raveonettes went all Beyoncė on us with their seventh studio album Pe’Ahi, offering no hint as to when it would be released, and gave the world an acceptable surprise in the form of a scuzzy, surf-rock album that…

ALBUM REVIEW: Gossling – ‘Harvest of Gold’

Rating: It is certainly an unconventional tact of creativity when an individual voluntarily chooses to exile themselves to Tasmania in an attempt to ‘get lonely and depressed’; however, that is exactly what Australian singer-songwriter Gossling did in a bid to…