Wolf Alice – Latest Album Reviewed

Mercury prize winning Wolf Alice have yet again given us something really special, in the sentiment and power of their latest album ‘Blue Weekend’. Ellie Rowsell (vocals/guitar), Joff Oddie (guitar), Joel Amey (drums) and Theo Ellis (bass) had a very busy three years or so following the release of their Mercury Prize winning ‘Visions Of […]

Squid – A Debut Album

If you’ve not heard Squid, then prepare yourselves for a full on three-way riot between Sonic Youth, Idles and LCD Soundsystem Squid are five artists from Brighton who have collectively created a truly astonishing post-punk sound.  If you’ve not heard them, brace yourself.  If you’ve not heard them live, seriously you’ll need a good sleep before and […]

Mogwai – As The Love Continues

Mogwai’s new album is released Friday 19 February 2021. If you want to learn the extent to which powerfully evocative music can move you, to the point that you’re willingly spellbound by it for one hour and one minute, then buy this record and escape into its beautifully vast soundscape. Mogwai are Stuart Braithwaite (guitar/vocals), […]

In Conversation With Tom Fuller – and The Calls EP Reviewed

Leeds band The Calls have released a very ‘Northern Psych’ EP – ‘Fall Inside Again’. Tom Fuller (songwriter, vocals, rhythm guitar and sometimes keys) was good enough to answer a few questions just this week, so we can gain a better picture of the band’s history and their sound.   I asked Tom what led him […]

I Break Horses ‘Warnings’

Warnings is a genuine masterpiece of beautiful melody, atmospheric synths, powerfully haunting vocal….. overall a compelling, bittersweet feel that leaves me desperate to see I Break Horses play live. I Break Horses are Maria Lindén and Fredrik Balck, two musicians based in Sweden.  I’ve spoken with Maria briefly, finding out that, along with many other indie […]