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Bush - Black And White Rainbows Album Review

Placed in the post-grunge rock scene, Bush are a British outfit who can legitimately claim to have greater popularity in America than their homeland. Having broken up and reformed, this seventh studio album was an inevitability following frontman Gavin Rossdale's...

By Alex Lai on 24 March 2017

Bush

Zara Larsson - So Good Album Review

Tipped by some as a potential superstar of the pop world, Zara Larsson came to prominence in her native Sweden having won a television talent competition. That was nine years ago, and unlike some who rush to capitalise on exposure,...

By Alex Lai on 23 March 2017

Zara Larsson

Feeder - Renegades (Special Edition Re-issue) Album Review

It seems to be the age of the re-issue, one that Feeder have embraced with their seventh studio album from 2010 'Renegades'. Unlike other album re-issues out there, though, this is not a special anniversary release. The simple fact is...

By Mark Moore on 23 March 2017

Feeder

Bing & Ruth - No Home of the Mind Album Review

As a composer of "new music" (synonymous to "contemporary classical music" in my circles), I am an avid fan of Bing & Ruth's influences, Steve Reich and John Cage.  Bing & Ruth claim that their brand of music is "minimalist"...

By Dan Lis on 23 March 2017

The Dears - Times Infinity Vol 1 Album Review

In this age of untethered access to almost anything you care to search for on-line it's a little odd that the UK is only just seeing the release of the 'new' Dears album, more than eighteen months since its US...

By Andrew Lockwood on 23 March 2017

The Dears

Temples - Volcano Album Review

In the past few years, dubious band revivals, mediocre pop and generally under-whelming indie bands seem to have been worryingly rife - so the arrival of Temples' neo-psychedelic rock via their 2012 debut "Sun Structures" made a refreshing and welcome...

By Chantelle Pattemore on 23 March 2017

Temples

Gojira - Leeds O2 Academy-16.03.2017 Live Review

Throughout the 21st Century France's Gojira have become one of metal's biggest and most respected acts. This is down to them crafting a sound across several albums that's as crushing as you'd expect from a band named after the King...

By Max Cussons on 20 March 2017

Craig Finn - We All Want The Same Things Album Review

Craig Finn's solo output has been reassuringly impressive, building on his work with The Hold Steady, he gives himself the freedom here to explore more intricate and intimate material without the band dynamic guiding the development of his lyrics. Album...

By Jim Pusey on 20 March 2017

Conor Oberst - Salutations Album Review

If ever your day's too peachy and you're missing out on that sense of feeling wounded, cold and desperately alone, then last year's achingly beautiful "Ruminations" ought to be your go-to album. Written in snowbound Omaha, Nebraska, after Conor Oberst...

By Jon Kean on 20 March 2017

Conor Oberst

Kris Drever - Victoria Hall, Radstock - 10.03.17 Live Review

On the map, the town of Radstock may be close to Glastonbury, but close to Glastonbury it ain't. What manifold joys, therefore, to catch Orcadian folk titan, Kris Drever at the town's small but perfectly-formed arts hub, The Victoria Hall,...

By Jon Kean on 17 March 2017

Real Estate - In Mind Album Review

Real Estate have gone through a significant period of change since they released their last record, Atlas, in 2014. Guitarist and founding member Matt Mondanile left the band to pursue his Ducktails project; songwriter Martin Courtney embraced family life, becoming...

By James Hopkin on 17 March 2017

Real Estate

Laura Marling - Semper Femina Album Review

"Semper Femina" (Always a woman) is a phrase reclaimed by Laura Marling and something she had tattooed on her leg ten years ago. It originally formed part of a Virgil line that shares the philosophy straight out of theBilly Joel...

By Jon Kean on 14 March 2017

Laura Marling

Julia Holter - In The Same Room Album Review

For her, and Domino Records, latest release Julia Holter has chosen a slight twist on an age old format to capture some of her most beloved songs. Everyone is familiar with the 'Live Lounge' concept and has no doubt heard...

By Andrew Lockwood on 13 March 2017

Aristophanes - Headrow House Leeds 02.03.2017 Live Review

Aristophanes is an upcoming Taiwanese rapper, probably most known for featuring on the last Grimes album, however her own material is makes her stand out on her own. Her sound consists of spectral, but firm beats and her rapping in...

By Max Cussons on 10 March 2017

The Magnetic Fields - 50 Song Memoir Album Review

Remember the reaction you got to that five-opera ring cycle you composed, with yourself as the main protagonist? That one you performed to your extended family at your 21st birthday party? It went on until half four in the morning;...

By Jon Kean on 10 March 2017

The Magnetic Fields

Desperate Journalist - Grow Up Album Review

In May 1979, Paul Morley slated The Cure's "Three Imaginary Boys" with such pretentious savagery (Google it and puke) that Robert Smith took the next available opportunity, a Peel Session, to bite back, composing "A Desperate Journalist" about Morley, before...

By Jon Kean on 10 March 2017

Dutch Uncles - Big Balloon Album Review

If consistency, reliability and frequency of output were any measure of a band then Dutch Uncles would be top ten with every release. The Stopfordian band's first album came back in 2009 and they've been dropping one bi-annually, in the...

By Andrew Lockwood on 09 March 2017

Dutch Uncles

Minor Victories - Minor Victories Album Review

Minor Victories is a newly formed supergroup and with it comes very major expectations. Consisting of Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai, Justin Lockey from Editors and Slowdive's Rachel Goswell, the talented trio have now launched their first album through Fat Possum.'Minor...

By Mark Moore on 06 March 2017

Piano Wire - Dream Underground Album Review

If you're reading this, there is a large chance that you've heard the music of The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster.  I am going to pretend you haven't listened to them, and will focus on the independent offspring of that band,...

By Dan Lis on 06 March 2017

Trash Talk - Tangle EP Review

"Tangle" is the latest in a string of releases for Sacramento, CA hardcore band Trash Talk. Released free-of-charge digitally, the five song EP nicely encapsulates the band's relentless drive, its strong ties to thrash and old-school hardcore punk, and its...

By Iris North on 06 March 2017

Johnny Flynn - Sillion Album Review

With a CV boasting film, television and stage productions, it is impressive that Johnny Flynn continues to add to his music catalogue. Released on Transgressive Records, it will be supported with an appearance at the SXSW festival in Texas, before...

By Alex Lai on 06 March 2017

Johnny Flynn

Maggie Rogers - Now That The Light Is Fading EP Review

Unfortunately for most of us such phrases as, "you make your own luck in this world" and, "it's not what you know but who you know" are still far too true. (Now more than ever they may even have more...

By Andrew Lockwood on 06 March 2017

Maggie Rogers

Scott Matthews - Komedia, Bath 02 March 2017 Live Review

Launching his 2017 solo tour, Scott Matthews chose the Edwardian grandeur of the Grade I listed Bath Komedia. It's eleven years since his debut album "Passing Stranger" marked him out as a composer and executor of sublimely haunting tracks. The...

By Jon Kean on 03 March 2017

Scott Matthews

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats - A Little Something More From EP Review

Following the successful release of his 2015 eponymous debut with The Night Sweats (solo material came prior to this), Rateliff and his Denver-native cohorts have barely had time to draw breath in between a hectic schedule that's seen them take...

By Chantelle Pattemore on 01 March 2017

Nathaniel Rateliff

Buzzcocks - Spiral Scratch and Time's Up! (Re-Releases) Album Review

Buzzcocks captured the imagination of a generation when the band released its debut, "Spiral Scratch", in 1976. "Time's Up!", a studio demo turned formal release, followed in 1978.The two of albums were recorded before "digital" was even a glimmer over...

By Iris North on 01 March 2017

Buzzcocks

Together Fest 2017 - Electric Ballroom, London 25.02.2017 Live Review

Together Fest is a yearly touring punk/hardcore festival curated by scene legend Walter Schreifels who plays in classic, influential bands like Gorilla Biscuits, Quicksand and tonight's headliners Youth Of Today. This year's bill features some of the best hardcore bands...

By Max Cussons on 01 March 2017

Rag'n'Bone Man - Human Album Review

If there was a box that up-and-coming artists could mark, to opt out of the various 'Next Big Thing' awards that are doled out annually, I wonder how many artists would happily tick it. Having just one click to banish...

By Jon Kean on 01 March 2017

Rag'n'Bone Man

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard - Flying Microtonal Banana Album Review

On "Flying Microtonal Banana", King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard have created the soundtrack to the end of the Earth, or to that episode of The Magic Roundabout when Zebedee forgot to take his beta blockers and got munted on...

By Jon Kean on 24 February 2017

The Little Kicks - Shake Off Your Troubles Album Review

The 10 LP album has a versatile yet intriguing sound from Scottish four piece The Little Kicks. Opening track Theme is a 2 and a half minute instrumental track preparing listeners to take a journey full of genres and musical...

By Chloe Dobinson on 24 February 2017

Worriedaboutsatan - Wharf Chambers, Leeds 17.02.17 Live Review

Worriedaboutsatan are an electronic duo from Manchester, consisting of Gavin Miller and Thomas Ragsdale. They largely go down the ambient avenue of the electronic realm delving in ethereal waves of foggy drones and pulsing, surfacing beats. Last year's 'Blank Space'...

By Max Cussons on 23 February 2017

Band of Horses - Bristol O2 Academy 21.02.17 Live Review

"Well, hello there, you beautiful bastards, how are you?" greeted Ben Bridwell as he took to the stage at the O2 Academy, like he'd entered a bar full of familiar faces. And so the smooth Seattle Southern-rockers began, wry, unassuming...

By Jon Kean on 22 February 2017

Band Of Horses

Pissed Jeans - Why Love Now Album Review

Spoiler alert: Pissed Jeans just like picking up that dirty ol' snake of conformity by the tail and giving it a shake. Why Love Now is their fifth album, one that seemingly marks an ever-diminishing quantity of f***s being given...

By Andy Peterson on 22 February 2017

Pissed Jeans

Touché Amoré - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds 21.02.17 Live Review

In a few decades' time when people like back on who were the best bands of this decade, Touché Amoré are going to be firmly up there with the best of them. Arguably the finest and most important punk band...

By Max Cussons on 22 February 2017

Ryan Adams - Prisoner Album Review

Ryan Adams was eight in 1982. You can imagine him in his room, strumming his tennis racquet (not a euphemism) to "Here I Go Again" by Whitesnake, or shadow-boxing to "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor, especially when you hear...

By Jon Kean on 20 February 2017

Ryan Adams

Cabbage - The Bodega, Nottingham, 7/2/2017 Live Review

In a relatively short period, Cabbage have released a few EP's and continued to mesmerize a growing fan base with their incredible live shows while supporting the likes of The Coral. It comes as little of a surprise to learn...

By Mark Moore on 16 February 2017

Jesca Hoop - Memories Are Now Album Review

Following last years critically acclaimed collaborative album, 'Love Letter For Fire', with Iron And Wire's Sam Beam, Jesca Hoop returns with a new solo album, 'Memories Are Now'. Jesca's new nine song release is her seventh album in ten years...

By Andrew Lockwood on 14 February 2017

Jesca Hoop

Loyle Carner - Bristol Motion 12.02.17 Live Review

Before Sunday's gig at Bristol Motion, a 'taxi dad' tweeted that he was dropping his son off at the Loyle Carner gig and had four hours to kill in Bristol. Within minutes Carner tweeted, "A pops should never have to...

By Jon Kean on 14 February 2017

Loyle Carner

Vant - Dumb Blood Album Review

Vant's debut album, "Dumb Blood", is awash with piss and vinegar. It surfs the tsunami of contemporary global spleen and seeks to awake a sleeping generation from its mute inertia. To say the band is 'impassioned' would be as much...

By Jon Kean on 14 February 2017

Vant

Hard Times Presents - Todd Terry - Church, Leeds - 04.02.2016 Live Review

It's always a pleasure to witness talent grace us with their presence. Todd Terry is one such legend, a pioneer of Chicago House music, he's been playing since 1980 and still sounding fresh! Having played in Leeds on numerous occasions,...

By Tareck Ghoneim on 12 February 2017

Sampha - Process Album Review

Political Twittery aside, Sampha Sisay is the big news of 2017 so far. Quiet is the new loud. Modesty is the new egotism. For someone who's been around since 2010, was 4th on the BBC 'Sound of 2014' list and...

By Jon Kean on 09 February 2017

Elbow - Little Fictions Album Review

On 2008's "The Seldom Seen Kid", a solemn Guy Garvey sings 'love you, mate', on "Friend of Ours" - a heart-rending tribute to his late friend, Bryan Glancy. "One Day Like This" reminds us how love can (weirdly) make us...

By Jon Kean on 06 February 2017

Elbow

Amber Run - For A Moment, I Was Lost Album Review

A quartet who formed whilst at university in Nottingham, Amber Run played only their fourth show at Reading Festival, while also landing a support slot with Kodaline. Their debut album was released two years ago, breaking the UK top 40,...

By Alex Lai on 03 February 2017

Amber Run

Deadmau5 - W:/2016ALBUM/ Album Review

There aren't many music producers who have the same arrogance and ostentatious behavior as Joel Zimmerman, known to most as the superstar DJ Deamau5.His views on EDM are outlandish, though mostly comprehendible (he once called EDM Event Driven Marketing). His...

By Adam Holden on 03 February 2017

Deadmau5

Ty Segall - Ty Segall Album Review

You never see Ty Segall and Keith Lemon in the same place, do you? Apart from a passing resemblance, there's something capricious and exhilarating that unites the two, characteristics that exemplify Segall's self-titled 2017 album. Segall has curated a miscellany...

By Jon Kean on 31 January 2017

Ty Segall

Menace Beach - Lemon Memory Album Review

Leeds five-piece Menace Beach are the subject of a whole lot of hype, with appearance on BBC, The Guardian and NME on the back of their first album Ratworld, which showcased an interesting mix of indie and, strangely for a...

By Ben Walton on 31 January 2017

Menace Beach

Deaf Havana - All These Countless Nights Album Review

Over the course of their career, Deaf Havana have occupied a space in mid-2000s rock that seeks out today's borders.  At the same time, they also reinforce a mainstream focus.  This is generally not to their discredit; it rather marks...

By Dan Lis on 27 January 2017

Deaf Havana

Chavez - Cockfighters EP Review

New York's Chavez doesn't approach weird with its music in the same way that visionaries like Frank Zappa or Captain Beefheart approached weird. Instead, the undeniably rock band incorporates an evocative, slightly eccentric style, drawing from flavors of music, and...

By Iris North on 27 January 2017

Japandroids - Near To The Wild Heart Of Life Album Review

If you're not already on board with Japandroids raucous brand on noise rock, you really should be. The duo's third album proper, Near To The Wild Heart Of Life, flexes so many more musical muscles than its almost perfect predecessor...

By Jim Pusey on 27 January 2017

Japandroids

Surfer Blood - Snowdonia Album Review

Surfer Blood rocked up in 2010 with the strident "Astro Coast", the unlikely love child of Sonic Youth and Vampire Weekend. 2013's "Pythons" rode in triumphantly astride Weezer's first two albums. "1000 Palms", in 2015, was mid-tempo, mellifluous and meek,...

By Jon Kean on 27 January 2017

Surfer Blood

Sleater-Kinney - Live in Paris Album Review

If more prominent Americans were like Sleater-Kinney, the USA would never have turned into Trump-ton. Their return from a nine-year hiatus in 2015 with "No Cities to Love" was critically acclaimed and accompanied by a sold-out tour. Good-natured fanboy mithering...

By Jon Kean on 27 January 2017

Sleater-Kinney

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