5 very cool tracks that you may have missed in August
Marit Thorvik’s vocal tells a tender tale of regret
Whether or not our comparisons are barking up the wrong tree is totally besides the point, this is interesting stuff.
It relays the rock and roll baton from groups who were at the crest of the mid-noughties explosion.
For all its futurist production values and natty arrangements, the message on this one is pretty simple: cut the crap ‘bad’ boys.
While certainly evocative of other bands in feeling, is in a league of its own in execution.
The month-long Blogtober Festival got underway at The Finsbury this weekend with two nights, curated by For Folk's Sake and Young & Aspiring, that set a high bar for the remaining 29 shows
Over the course of three minutes she channels guitar pop vibes from every decade up to the noughties.
It’s the kind of thinking-person’s hip hop that Oddisee does well, but with JSWISS’s unique lyrical voice.
'Samael' is ignited by krautrock repetition, droning fuzz-coated psych riffs, some prog infusion, folk vocals and tribal rock atmospherics. It has a lot to say and insists you take notice