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Waters - Out In The Light

Waters - Out In The Light

After the breakup of American indie folk five piece Port O' Brien, frontman Van Pierszalowski (to be reffered to as 'Van' for the purpose of this review) brought about WATERS, a project inspired by his...

Review posted on 23rd November 2011

Joakim - Nothing Gold

Joakim - Nothing Gold

French remixer and producer Joakim Bouaziz returns with his fourth album Nothing Gold. A collection of tracks, each representing an individual character which he has created. After previous album 'Milky Ways' which experimented with a...

Review posted on 27th September 2011

Teen Daze - A Silent Planet

Teen Daze - A Silent Planet

As if the name of the artist didn't give it away already, teen daze is the chillwave/ lo fi/ dreampop workings of Jamison, an American student who, during his studies, discovered the C.S Lewis novel...

Review posted on 27th September 2011

Diagrams - Diagrams

Diagrams - Diagrams

First Impressions are greatly important and with the apparent popularity of artists choosing names made up of a noun made plural, Diagrams didn't immediately stand out as anything that special. However Sam Genders' latest solo...

Review posted on 16th August 2011

The War On Drugs - Slave Ambient

The War On Drugs - Slave Ambient

Having spent a significant amount of time with ex- War On Drugs guitarist and co founder Kurt Vile, touring with Vile and the violators, the ex members' solo project, it took Adam Granduciel longer to...

Review posted on 16th August 2011

Robots In Disguise - Happiness vs. Sadness

Robots In Disguise - Happiness vs. Sadness

Electro Punk rockers, Robots In Disguise, found success with their undoubted ability to produce mouth watering hook after mouth watering hook, backed up by their extravagant personalities and unorthodox dress sense. Dee Plume and Sue...

Review posted on 18th July 2011

Love Inks - E.S.P.

Love Inks - E.S.P.

Texan trio Love Inks consist of husband and wife duo Sherry LeBlanc (Vocals) and Kevin Dehan (bass), they are joined by guitarist Adam Linnell. Although their music is classed as pop it is the complete...

Review posted on 6th July 2011

Is Tropical - Native To

Is Tropical - Native To

With a growing number of bands introducing aspects of electronic and dance music into the ever growing genre of indie music, it was going to be a tall order for a London based trio to...

Review posted on 6th July 2011

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