The state of inheritance and musical ancestry swims through the albums tracklisting. Continue reading Deliluh draw from guitar music and electronica on new album ‘Fault Lines’.
A 37 minute presentation of existentialism and youth. Continue reading Honeyglaze fuse intimacy and ambience on their debut album.
Combating the idiosyncrasies of a swelled modern consciousness. Continue reading Mauv unleashes ‘Armageddon’ on an intoxicating debut album.
There’s a lot to love, it echoes the hitmakers of the noughties dance-rock scene. Continue reading Wet Leg’s debut album is a necessary slice of escapist indie.
Prest’s soul has been branded onto audio. Continue reading Noon Garden’s ‘Beulah Spa’ is an artefact of DIY psychedelia.
The 6th full-length from protean quartet Trupa Trupa. Continue reading Poland’s Trupa Trupa journey deep into your consciousness on new LP ‘B Flat A’.
An inch-perfect study of transportive krautrock essence. Continue reading Berlin-via-Mexico City’s Sei Still unleash a tense and cavernous new album in ‘El Refugio’.
Lovelorn melodies coast through salted skies as surf guitars ripple like skimming stones. Continue reading Melbourne’s Majak Door offer up melodic psych special on their self-titled debut album.
‘Quale Futuro?’ is a multifaceted beast, an album that rallies itself from within. Continue reading London outfit Qlowski share an uncompromising and brooding debut album in ‘Quale Futuro?’
‘Non Fiction’ slaps the rose-tinted ray-bans off your face. Continue reading Vancouver outfit NOV3L have crafted a debut album that lifts up a mirror to society with ‘Non Fiction’.
There’s a ferocious energy, a darkness that lingers but never quite settles. Continue reading Hadda Be unveil ‘This Won’t End Well’ ahead of their debut album.
Dropping a new LP in 2020 is a risk, but if anyone can overcome the unique hurdle it’s Tugboat Captain. Continue reading Tugboat Captain have released their Abbey Road-recorded new LP.