Album Review: Mystery Jets – Curve Of The Earth

Nothing is ever straight forward with Mystery Jets. Whilst their fourth album Radlands was considered a return to form, it was marred by the departure of bassist Kai Fish. Returning after three years away with ...

Album Review: Hinds – Leave Me Alone

With Leave Me Alone, Hinds offer up the first record of 2016, and something warm in the depths of winter. The Madrid natives began as a duo a few years back, bringing out a number of demos before expanding thei...

EP Review: Formation – Under The Tracks

Having released their debut EP ‘Young Ones’ earlier this year, London based five-piece, Formation, formed by twin brothers Will and Matt Ritson, have been causing a stir in the music world of late; with their...

EP Review: Blaenavon – Miss World

Han Solo, Miles Davis, Joy Division, Playwrights and The Proclaimers. It’s an odd list to start an EP review with, but all these names share something in common, and that is that they are all cited as influen...

Album Review: Real Lies – Real Life

It’s becoming increasingly hard to be cutting edge on the music scene nowadays with new music being spouted out all day, every day, all over the internet. However, London based three-piece Real Lies seem to h...

Album Review: Swim Deep – Mothers

A homage to creation, self-professed attempt at escapism, going to war; a few of the ways Swim Deep have described their sophomore album Mothers. It’s a slight oversell, and at first it’s alien and exhausting...

Album Review: Darwin Deez – Double Down

It’s hard to believe that Darwin Deez’s self-titled debut album came out six years ago, but the lo-fi indie heroes are back with a matured, albeit familiar sound for new album Double Down. The same vocal rang...

Album Review: The Maccabees – Marks to Prove it

Writing the follow up to 2012’s ‘Given To The Wild’ was probably The Maccabees biggest test of their career. The band’s third album had the blissful innocence of a debut record, transporting them into another...