Australian outfit Dangerous! – the word just isn’t as effective without the exclamation mark – are looking to introduce their own brand of super garage in the UK
Noise pop is certainly one way to describe the first single from Teeth.
Laden with iridescent electronics and a primitive feel that’s infectious and quite sinister at the same time, ‘Endless Summer’ is the latest offering from London-based My Tiger Timing. An apt and alternative take on the usual bout of summer tracks that get touted as ‘summer anthems’, this is a certainly an interesting alternative to the […]
Embracing a penchant for funk that Chromeo would be producing, ‘We Should Just Run Away’ turns sinister with one swift swipe of a guitar distortion.
Little Green Cars have presented a sumptuous feast of multi-voiced harmonies, apparently likened to Mamas and Papas which is a bold move that almost borders on absurdity if it wasn’t so true.
Kilmarnock trio Fatherson release their latest release under the name Fatherson, relinquishing their original moniker, Energy!.
You’d be forgiven for getting excited on witnessing the album cover for this record; an animated Alexisonfire-esque cover reminiscent of the Watch Out! album that won the hearts of so many post-hardcore fans.
To say I was surprised that iTunes automatically recognised this CD as Elvis’ ‘Love Me Tender’ is a bit of an understatement. With that song now in my head, nothing could compete with the The King’s love ballad.
Jejune Stars? I refuse to believe it. Conor Oberst’s magnificent band releases the latest single from The People’s Key, an album that is supposedly the last for the Omaha outfit.
Critically lauded Metronomy release ‘Bay’ on the back of the infectious track ‘The Look’.