Album Review: Leave Me Alone / Hinds

Lo-fi Spanish charmers Hinds have finally released their highly anticipated debut album Leave Me Alone , and it’s bringing some much needed sunniness to these bleak January days – what else could you expect from the bubbly Madrid quartet? The album’s twelve tracks delve into more emotional territory than people might have expected considering the band’s fun, … More Album Review: Leave Me Alone / Hinds

Albums Of The Year

All sorts of albums have left the pressing plant over the course of this year. Whether they’ve pushed the boundaries of their genre, surpassed expectations or simply remained beautiful, it’s clear that 2015 has been a great year for musicians and their work. With this in mind, we look back at some of our favourite … More Albums Of The Year

Track Review: Touch Me / Dolores Haze

Deliciously dark and grimey, Touch Me is the first single from Scandinavian quartet Dolores Haze’s forthcoming debut album The Haze is Forever. Opening with a melodic and slightly melancholy sounding riff that is quite iconic in its own right, Touch Me is an instant hit. A scuzzy blend of guitars soon takes over, sending the track into … More Track Review: Touch Me / Dolores Haze

Track Review: Corrine / Black Honey

Brighton-based quartet Black Honey have been generating an awful lot of excitement lately and it’s understandable why. Their grungy, retro sound is unlike any other with each release having you hooked within seconds of listening. The band’s latest single Corrine, which dropped just last week, is no exception to this. According to front-woman Izzy Phillips, Corrine was written for … More Track Review: Corrine / Black Honey

Track Review: Baby Ain’t Made Of China / Wolf Alice

What a year it’s been for Wolf Alice. With numerous festival spots, preparation for a soon to commence UK tour, and the release of what is possibly one of the most highly acclaimed debut albums of all time, the band have certainly stormed onto everybody’s radars over the past few months. Just when you thought they couldn’t possibly … More Track Review: Baby Ain’t Made Of China / Wolf Alice

Album Review: Gone By The Dawn / Shannon and The Clams

It was only recently that retro rockers Shannon and The Clams had us excited with the release of Point Of Being Right, the second single from their forthcoming album Gone By The Dawn. That infectious track set anticipation for the album skyrocketing, and as its release date creeps ever closer, we can safely tell you that the anticipation … More Album Review: Gone By The Dawn / Shannon and The Clams

Track Review: Point of Being Right / Shannon and The Clams

With their classic 50’s-esque sound, Shannon and The Clams know all about infectious music. Hailing from across the pond (aka America), the band released their first album, I Wanna Go Home, back in 2009 and have since earnt themselves many a fan with their fun-epitomising tracks. Now 2015, the group are set to release their second album for … More Track Review: Point of Being Right / Shannon and The Clams