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Daily Archives: 6 February 2011

Two Spot Gobi – The Sun Will Rise

6 February 2011 |

There is a small smattering of euphoria in Two Spot Gobi’s material. In fact, “small” is an understatement. Blending shining-eyed stadium attitudes with dance frills and easy jazz, the instantly accessible indie pop on their five-track release ‘The Sun … Read More

Cults – Go Outside

6 February 2011 |

Up and coming in the American music scene, New York duo Cults release their first UK single Go Outside this month. Even coming from a city where tens (if not hundreds) of great musical acts are emerging all the … Read More

Sugarland – The Incredible Machine

6 February 2011 |

‘The Incredible Machine’ is Sugarland’s fourth studio album and demonstrates a self-described “creative rebirth” – a rebirth which sees the American duo audaciously jump from one mainstream genre of music us Brits don’t give a damn about to another … Read More

Sea Of Bees – Songs for the Ravens

6 February 2011 |

Songs for the Ravens is the charming debut release from Californian singer and multi-instrumentalist Julie Ann Baenziger, a.k.a. Sea of Bees. The record provides listeners with an enchanting brand of atmospheric indie-folk that forms a clean and polished sound, … Read More

Chairman Kato – Wildfire

6 February 2011 |

Chairman Kato is definitely an experimenter, exploring a little known genre defined “chubstep”, a kind of dubstep with dirty and fat beats. Wildfire, his 5-track EP, focuses on his research of a sound that attempt to turn into melodies … Read More