Album Review: Sunship Balloon – Everywhen

Daniel Haggis and Tord Øverland Knudsen have enjoyed success with The Wombats including a stream of iconic indie tracks which are cemented into the minds of a generation. Their new project Sunship Balloon, with...

Album Review: Everything Everything: RE-ANIMATOR

If any band were going to sonically elucidate an obscure psychological theory involving the proposed breakdown of the lateralization of brain functioning marked by the collapse of the Bronze Age... naturally it...

Album Review: Declan McKenna – Zeros

Declan McKenna’s second album, Zeros, is both retro and futuristic, heavily influenced by seventies icons but delivered with an intergalactic punch. “What do you think about the rocket I built?” McKenna sing...

Album Review: BLOXX – Lie Out Loud

BLOXX have released their debut album Lie Out Loud, an immediate firecracker of a record, consisting of twelve tracks, all produced to a high standard. Frontwoman Ophelia 'Fee' Booth and her divine vocals have ...

Album Review: Disclosure – ENERGY

Disclosure (brothers, Guy and Howard Lawrence) have always been ingenious when it comes to dance music and club culture. ENERGY is their first studio album since 2015's Caracal, and it is testament to the broth...

Album Review: Bully – SUGAREGG

Released through Sub Pop records SUGAREGG will be added to a list of infamous album releases under the label including Nirvana's Bleach, Foals' Total Life Forever, and Mudhoney's self-titled debut. Bully really...