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AAA Music | 7 July 2015

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WYLDEST – Danish Longball

2 July 2015 |

Wyldest is a trio from North London whose main genre can be characterised as dream-pop. Their song ‘Danish Longball’ is a good example of this music path. Light female vocals, careful guitar and calm minimalistic noises around them drive the listener … Read More

PLEASURE BEACH – Go

1 July 2015 |

After meeting and bonding over their shared love of caffeine, in a Belfast coffee shop Pleasure Beach members Lisa, Rachel, Kat and Alan and Richard eventually came together, to begin making music in January 2015. All individually avid music … Read More

GHOST RIDERS IN THE SKY – Wastelands

30 June 2015 |

‘Wastelands’ skilfully combines the gritty blues rock of America with the angst and aggression of Britain’s industrial indie music. It is the first release from Ghost Riders In The Sky, the brainchild of former Gallows guitarist Steph Carter and is out … Read More

FLASH BANG BAND – Spooky Action At A Distance

20 June 2015 |

Well this is a bit bizarre. I don’t entirely understand what’s going in within my ears and in front of my eyes. It feels as though the real world has been replaced by some terrifying cartoon and everything that I … Read More

BULLY – Trying

5 June 2015 |

The first listen Bully’s release ‘Trying’ evokes a strong sense of nostalgia in the form of 90s alt-rock…

So much so that if it had been released 20 years ago would probably have held pride of place on the soundtrack … Read More

CORNELiA – Cruising

4 June 2015 |

Until now, Cornelia has been vaguely floating about with a number of collaborations, singles and relatively recent features in the works of Portico Quartet and Bonobo. After 15 years of musical releases, she’s now anticipating the release of her debut … Read More

BARBAROSSA – Home

3 June 2015 |

James Mathé aka Barbarossa released his album called Imager las month via Memphis Industries. ‘Home’ is a track that was chosen to introduce this album to the audience.

This time vocals were assigned to José González whose gentle voice floats over … Read More

REFUSED – Elektra

20 May 2015 |

The message screams tooth-spitting over an ‘Elektra’-shockwave of blood strings and cymbal shrapnel: ‘Nothing has changed’. This is the latest anarchic, hardcore-punk anthem from reformed Swedish band Refused, who are once again living up to their name and rejecting the … Read More

PEACE – Gen Strange

1 May 2015 |

Since the rise of YouTube and things like the BBC’s Live Lounge, footage of bands playing live has become the increasingly favoured medium.

Before this, it would be to MTV that music pilgrims flocked for music videos. Now, live videos … Read More

JAMES BAY – Let It Go

30 April 2015 |

For real music nuts, hearing certain songs for the first time is comparable to falling desperately in love…

The intense obsession of the first few listens (normally in rapid succession) lead to the realisation of what may occur if behaviour … Read More