“proof that two types of strange don’t make a straightforward”
“A countdown to oblivion, a countdown to infinity. Choose your poison.”
Synth-punkers deliver “a timely reminder to embrace life to the fullest and revel in its diversity”
“intellectually stimulating and passionately lovable in a single bound”
“reveals itself like a hidden level on some vintage platform game”
“Imagine .some fellas gathered in a small basement jazz club and none of them have played together before … this album would represent a faithful document of that night.”
Are the Once & Future Band “making prog cool again”?
“Alice saunters off in the night mystique intact, but leaves impression enough to want a second date all the same. “
“slots seamlessly into the annals of perfect punk”
We think our Eric liked this Cardiacs related release.
“The Fake Boys prove just how hard it is to be a band”
“an album that’s a touch over-perfumed”
“can feel at times like you’re on the wrong side of an inside joke”
“Dizzying, disorientating and downright breathless” psych-rock.
The post-punk revival continues.
Accessible electronic retrospective.
The clue’s in the name.
Fast paced, lo-fi obscure material.
“an often uncomfortable physical manifestation of the artwork’s literal ear-worm”
“Exercising their right to political protest in the studio rather than the streets”