Endorsements don’t come much higher than those from beyond the grave.
Tim Clarke runs the rule over the latest (and maybe not greatest) Lights Out Asia.
“a ridiculously high-octane document of elemental force”
A collection that needs no further explanation than it’s own title. But Brett Spaceman offers one anyway.
Red On Black unveils Animal Collective’s “brilliant failure”.
“effortless, creative and genuine” stuff from a man “born to do nothing but rock”
Welcome to “this busy and highly idiosyncratic world.”
“Maybe it’s time to start referencing Swans on their own terms – as true originals.”
“Fragrant World sounds like a band struggling with their identity”
Mostly all Positive, but isn’t quite “strong enough to punch its way out of the confines of the headphone genre.”
“Believe You Me is a document capturing the sounds of two alien worlds attempting to communicate”
“The world needs people like Pink to be making records like Mature Themes”
“the Kingston, Ontario duo seemed to have finally nailed it” … or have they?
Reissue for seminal slowcore act said to have influenced Mogwai.
Irish singer, songwriter evokes The Divine Comedy plus other luminaries.
“feeding on scraps in between masterpieces could soon get very frustrating.”