“seems to have unadulterated sunshine woven into the soles of its feet.”
“both striking and deeply disturbing in equal measure.”
Welsh ascendency is not confined to football it seems.
“offering glorious reward in proportion to time invested once more.”
Eighth album sees ambient act in reflective mood.
“Electronic are a gem in the history of music you would be wise to investigate.”
“a largely optimistic collection of 10 punchy garage-pop tracks”
“Bruce has landed one of the year’s best debuts and make no mistake.”
Will the latest from BSL also be the greatest? Brett Spaceman brings his verdict.
“if you’re gonna get just one predominantly Spanish-language album this year then you could do a lot worse than Invisible Life.”
“one of the more adventurous British indie bands on today’s circuit.”
Fain really flexes “the band’s sonic muscle for the first time and, you know what, it totally slays.”
“Today’s Iron & Wine set-up retains the power to surprise.”
“soaring synths and searing guitar tones surge through the ominous blizzards of fuzz and reverb”
“edging his craft closer to the greats on which he grew with each chord progression.”
defies you “not to wholly embrace the warts-and-all thrills of primal rock.”
Our Red On Black digests the latest from “road-weary” Americana exponent Phosphorescent
No where near as good as “having Lux Interior covering the Shangri Las“ should be.
Epic yet peaceful post-rock in the vein of Hammock, Sigur Ros etc
Purling Hiss have gone for broke, trying to actually sell some records.
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