Category: Reviews

SHARON CORR – Take A Minute

SHARON CORR - Take A Minute

Singer-songwriter and musician Sharon Corr is well known as a member of the legendary Irish band The Corrs, co-founded  in the nineties with her brother Jim and sisters Caroline and Andrea. Their style of Celtic music was hugely popular and in 2005 they were awarded MBEs for their charity work. Sharon continues to sing and [...]

THE MUFFS – Whoop Dee Doo

THE MUFFS - Whoop Dee Doo

The new album from renowned punk rockers The Muffs bursts forth with opening track ‘Weird Boy Next Door’, showcasing a great energy from the offset. Simply and succinctly named Whoop Dee Doo, the album is the first the band has released in a decade, and it is clear they haven’t lost their punk stamina and [...]


Call Up The Whales EP

Hailing from Sydney, Australia, Ginger And The Ghost is the project of two mixed media artists Missy and Daniel who set out to create music artlessly and on their own terms, taking inspiration from the positives and negatives in life from ‘love and loss’, ‘victory and defeat’ to ‘the darkness and the light’. Currently available [...]

EUGENE QUELL – That One Song

EUGENE QUELL - That One Song

The new single from Eugene Quell, comes from his new EP, A Great Uselessness. The single titled ‘That One Song’ is a heavy, fast-paced and reflective track which gives of the feelings of a reminiscing, life-weary chap. Through the tumultuous instrument work, Quell’s grunge-tinged and sombre tones seem to distantly float along the noise; like [...]

PONY AND TRAP – Time to Engage

PONY AND TRAP - Time to Engage

EP Time to Engage comes from duo Pony and Trap, which is out now. The philosophy of this EP seems to be ‘do a lot with a little’, as Pony and Trap use a simple drum, bass, guitar strategy (of course with the odd electro throb) and clever, uncomplicated use of effects; keeping it ‘traditional’ [...]

DAVID GRAY – Beautiful Agony

DAVID GRAY - Beautiful Agony

Did you know that David Gray has been producing music since the glory days of White Ladder? I may have been under a rock but I had no idea, so I was pleasantly surprised when I got sent ‘Beautiful Agony’ to listen to. The soft muted tones of the piano and David Gray’s distinctive voice make this song something special and [...]

DARK HORSES – Live On Hunger


‘Live On Hunger’ is a seductively dark psychedelic track released by rockers Dark Horses. Accompanied by a music video directed by Wiz Whiston that captures the ambience of the track in all regards and manages to mirror the edgy attitude of Dark Horses the track succeeds on all levels. The song opens with a slick [...]

MOULETTES – Lady Vengeance

MOULETTES - Lady Vengeance

The third album of Moulettes – Constellations was released earlier this month via Navigator Records. This LP shows that among the decadent and self-repeating music of today there is a place for unique and fresh sound. The highlight of this album is the track named ‘Lady Vengeance’ for which Moulettes presented a fascinating animated black-and-white [...]



A Composer, producer and singer, Lydia Ainsworth is a triple threat. ‘Malachite’ is taken from her debut EP Right From Real Pt. 1, which was released via Arbutus Records on June 10th. Opening with an unidentifiable whirring, the song cuts to a tribal drum beat, underplayed by intergalactic electronic keyboards and incorporated drum machine claps, which [...]

CARIBOU – Can’t Do Without You

CARIBOU - Can’t Do Without You

Daniel Victor Snaith, the man with several musical aliases such as Daphni and Manitoba, is best known to us as Caribou. With his fourth studio album Our Love due to be released on October 6th through Merge records, , is our first delight from the Canadian composer’s forthcoming album. Relaxed and nonchalant saturated synths introduce approximately [...]