‘Great Divide’ marks Twin Atlantic’s third album release to date – a record that could potentially split their fans.
Every SMAC release is always a very exciting affair. Although they’re few and far between, each song is more accomplished than the last and four-track ‘Burden’ is no different.
Glasgow’s original procrastinators, The Blue Nile, are held in high regard by their legions of patient fans; five or six years passing between each carefully crafted release
It’s hard to believe that over two years have passed since Conquering Animal Sound’s debut album was released.
There’s definitely something socially inept, bordering on super-fan-stalker-dom, about meeting the person you’re interviewing before you actually interview them.
Paul Banks returns to pursue his solo career after ditching the suave Julian Plenti moniker
‘You As You’ is lo-fi at its best.
The most peculiar aspect of this single? The Swizz Beatz remix.
The first song I heard from You Love Her Coz She’s Dead was ‘Superheroes’, most likely because it was featured on Skins. This sumptuous, fast-paced, filth barrage suited this abrasive wave of shocktronica that culminated in bands like Hadouken gaining quite a bit of momentum.
I haven’t had much time for the Japanese Voyeurs releases thus far but ‘Cry Baby’ seems like a vast improvement on their previous efforts, including the rather tedious ‘Milk Teeth’. Spouting guitar parts with a middle-eastern influence, female vocals are consistently good and are brilliant on ‘Cry Baby’, despite the cringey title of the track […]