Album Reviews

  1. Kestrels

    Kestrels: Dream or Don’t Dream (Noyes Records)

    Posted on Jul 16th, 2020

  2. sleepmakeswaves: These Are Not Your Dreams (Bird’s Robe)

    sleepmakeswaves: These Are Not Your Dreams (Bird’s Robe)

    Aussie post rock outfit make superb return with three EP set compiled as one album

    Posted on Jul 14th, 2020

  3. bdrmm: Bedroom (Sonic Cathedral)

    bdrmm: Bedroom (Sonic Cathedral)

    Hull dream pop quintet deliver hugely accomplished, expansive debut album

    Posted on Jul 11th, 2020

  4. Nicole Atkins: Italian Ice (Single Lock Records)

    Nicole Atkins: Italian Ice (Single Lock Records)

    Soulful New Jersey vocalist follows up classic album in style - with help from all-star cast

    Posted on Jun 10th, 2020

  5. Man Man: Dream Hunting in the Valley of the In-Between (Sub Pop)

    Man Man: Dream Hunting in the Valley of the In-Between (Sub Pop)

    Bonkers Philly alt. rock outfit return with winning new LP, their first in seven years

    Posted on May 25th, 2020

  6. Ben McElroy: Soon This May All Be Sea (Self Released)

    Ben McElroy: Soon This May All Be Sea (Self Released)

    Bucolic bliss on Notts ambient / folk artist's atmospheric new LP

    Posted on May 15th, 2020

  7. Mystery Jets: A Billion Heartbeats (Caroline International)

    Mystery Jets: A Billion Heartbeats (Caroline International)

    Smart indie musings abound in this blissfully sunny tour de force

    Posted on May 9th, 2020

  8. Ariel Sharratt & Mathias Kom: Never Work (BB Island)

    Ariel Sharratt & Mathias Kom: Never Work (BB Island)

    Canadian folk / garage rock outfit unleash excellent, socio-political themed set

    Posted on May 8th, 2020

  9. Ringo Deathstarr: Ringo Deathstarr (Club AC30)

    Ringo Deathstarr: Ringo Deathstarr (Club AC30)

    Texan shoegazing stalwarts return with first LP in five years

    Posted on May 1st, 2020

  10. Brendan Benson: Dear Life (Third Man Records)

    Brendan Benson: Dear Life (Third Man Records)

    Power-pop polymath resumes his solo career with a loved-up collection that's (mostly) full of the joys of spring

    Posted on Apr 17th, 2020

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