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Monthly Archives: December 2011

Young Fathers – Nothing Left (So Here’s A Beat)

18 December 2011 |

Nothing Left (So Here’s A Beat) is a violent outburst of dark, twisted synths, right on your face. What is amazing is how these climax in a chorus, complete with male backing vocals, that reminds one – dare I … Read More

Jackalfeud – Structures EP

18 December 2011 |

Northern Irish band Jackalfeud’s new EP Structures is deliberately disturbing. Starting from the cover art, the titles, everything says we are tough. It is consistently loud and perpetually ear-piercing. What is confusing is that its attempts at being extreme … Read More

Owen James Harvey – Owen James Harvey EP

18 December 2011 |

Owen James Harvey’s self titled EP is a confident recording from an undeniable talent. Remember his name, because if you don’t know of Owen James Harvey yet there is a good chance that you may be humming along to … Read More

MUTINY MUTINY – The Damage Is Done

18 December 2011 |

Mutiny Mutiny is a Seattle based art rock band. In style they’re similar to bands like Slint, Unwound, Jawbox, Sonic Youth and Mission Of Burma.

The trio comprises: Jason Dean (guitar), Jenn Schmidt (bass) and Marc Mazique … Read More

Three Cane Whale – s/t

18 December 2011 |

Three Cane Whale are three folksters from Bristol, and this is their self-titled debut album. Coming from various highly regarded bands – Organelles, Get The Blessing, and Spiro – the trio got together to form this experimental, instrumental folk … Read More

Hot Sessions Vol 1

18 December 2011 |

This HotSessions compilation comes from the reputable HotFridge Records label, and this particular release – HotSessions 01 – is the first of the dance compilation series, mixed by label heads Dan McKie & ABX. It offers cuts of tech-house, electro-house, … Read More

Wolfsbane – Wolfsbane Saves The World

18 December 2011 |

Wolfsbane. If there was ever a band name that signals “Here there be riffs (and no-one under the age of forty)!” then that’s it. It gets even worse when one realises that this is Blaze Bayley’s band. As in, … Read More

Black Cherry – Modern Lover

18 December 2011 |

Not being entirely familiar with the infamous genre of “disco” I’m not entirely sure I’m entirely qualified to comment on this, the new single by Anglo-French electro-poppers Black Cherry, but at the same time, this is an undeniably fun … Read More

Hate Gallery – Viva La Resistance

18 December 2011 |

When a band cites both Black Sabbath and George Orwell, I can’t help but feel like there is something good awaiting me. And Hate Gallery’s ‘Viva La Resistance’ is most definitely rather good.

 

The album’s title track is … Read More

Torpedo Vs Sharam Jey – Waiting For The Fall

18 December 2011 |

Well here’s something that I was not expecting. Torpedo’s ‘Waiting For The Fall’ is probably most comparable to Peter Murphy: a slice of minimalist gothic pop with heavy debts to The Cure and Kraftwerk as well as David Bowie … Read More