album review // FIDLAR ‘Too’

The new album showcases a band that continues to fine-tune its sonic approach while also highlighting a more introspective and revelatory approach to songwriting

album review // Thomas Ragsdale ‘Bait’

"As delicate as it is desolate, Bait retains a cinematic quality - flawlessly attentive to the visual qualities of sound and masterful in its pacing."

album review // Stornoway ‘Bonxie’

"painting pictures in their listeners minds" we review the latest Stornoway LP ahead of their two Cambridge gigs this April

album review // Vessels – ‘Dilate’

It is executed extremely well, never becoming difficult to follow and always giving the listener something new to engage with, without ever becoming overwhelmed with too many different things going on

album review // Last Harbour ‘Caul’

"Caul’s breadth and intensity emerge from its earnestness... it possesses its own kind of fire. A record that rewards deeper listening."

album review // Marika Hackman ‘We Slept At Last’

"Hackman is known to resist fixed categorisation of her music, and for sure the usual one you see in the media - 'folk singer-songwriter' - does not do full justice to her range of musical styles"


IDLES ‘Brutalism’ – Album Review

When associated with architecture, the term ‘brutalism’ depicts a stark style, characterised by the use of steel and concrete in monumentally large blocks. This... Read More