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18 September 2014 |

To review The Wet Secrets’ track, ‘Nightlife’, I had to avoid watching the accompanying YouTube video and just focus on the song. The video, for many reasons I won’t go into here, annoyed me and I almost dismissed the song straight … Read More

MAMMAL HANDS – Mansions of Millions of Years

8 September 2014 |

Beautifully wistful and mysterious, ‘Mansions of Millions of Years’ is the latest single track by Mammal Hands, newcomers of the fine young label Gondwana Records and supported by Jamie Cullum and BBC 6 Music. This trio met … Read More


7 September 2014 |

New single ‘Justine’ comes from Scottish band Algernon Doll; from their third album to date, Omphalic. The song scratches along with a grungy complexion and holds the kind of melancholy drawl seen in Radiohead, or showing an essence of … Read More


1 September 2014 |

Neil Cowley Trio come back with a new ‘Mission’ for us: a track from their newest and defining album, Touch and Flee, released on Naim Jazz Records in June 2014. Expansive melodies and elegant passages are the … Read More


1 September 2014 |

There it goes: a band that is more than a simple band. The Dead Daisies, the Australian group formed in 2012, have made their talented music iconic thanks to a rotation of top rock musicians line-up during their career.

The three … Read More

ICE CUBE – Drop Girl

31 August 2014 |

When it comes to writing lyrics for gangsta rap, Ice Cube is your man. Ice has legendary status and without a shadow of a doubt is one of the originals in West Coast Hip Hop, and as … Read More

KAN WAKAN – Like I Need You

30 August 2014 |

Kan Wakan is a fresh music project from Los Angeles started back in 2012. The song ‘Like I Need You’ is taken from their debut album Moving On, which was released on August 11th via Virgin EMI.

On this track … Read More


27 August 2014 |

Treefight For Sunlight have been busy since their debut album A Collection of Vibrations for Your Skull crash-landed on Earth almost four years ago. Back then, the four lads from Denmark were heralded as the latest in … Read More

JOHN MOUSE – The death of John Mouse

20 August 2014 |

Absent of irony, John Mouse’s fourth record is a crash course into the misconceived simplicity of songwriting utilising the bare necessities. And while the Baloo references end at Mouse’s hospitable demeanour, the reliance on rudimental nostalgia and … Read More

KILLER BE KILLED – Wings Of Feather And Wax

15 August 2014 |

In theory, looking at the members of this group, it should be one of the best things ever. Max Cavalera, Greg Puciato, Troy Sanders and Dave Elitch. That’s Soulfy, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Mastodon, and ex-The Mars … Read More