Her Name Is Calla – Navigator

I’ve been wondering if this album actually should be on this website as it probably sits just outside of our usual coverage, in terms of genre. Think of a Slowcore style Radiohead with more folky, ambient, and noise elements. For the record, I think Slowcore is a ridiculous genre name, but it does describe this […]

Waking Aida video – Glow Coin

Here is the video for the track Glow Coin from their album that is due for release on June 2nd. You can pre-order the album from their Bandcamp and catch them at any number of shows across the UK in June. 2nd June – Avondale House, Southampton 3rd June – Firebug, Leicester w/ Alpha Male […]

Roundtable Review: Those Amongst Us Are Wolves – This State is Conscious

Welcome back to another monthly installment of Roundtable Review. This month we have a real special treat for all of our readers as we are breaking down and dissecting Those Amongst Us Are Wolves’ latest effort ‘This State Is Concious’, the follow-up to their 2013 album ‘Chaotic Love Stories and Irrational Behaviour’.  TAUAW have been […]

Foofer Friday: Chatting with Nathaniel Noton Freeman

I’ve been following Nathaniel Noton-Freeman and his music since he posted his debut solo album on Reddit. And with every release, his music‘s been getting better and better. This week I had the privilege to preview some tracks from his upcoming album Cloud Machines and interview this magnificent example of manliness about it. Let’s start […]

Earworm – Amber

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Body Hound – Rhombus Now

Reviewed by: TenaciousListening Technical music. Is it just showing off? Very often it is, but I do find myself drawn to it if the tracks work as tracks, rather than absurd wank-a-thons designed to stroke the ego of musicians who don’t know how to play for a song, but could definitely melt your God. Damn. […]

Catacombe – Quidam

Reviewed by: James    I don’t know how you guys are feeling about 2014, but I feel absolutely bombarded by the amount of above average to great post-rock albums that have been released this year. There are A TON of great albums coming down the pipeline as soon as we can get to them, but in […]