2019 Singles

Sylvette – Surrender (Review)

Released August 23rd, art-rock collective Sylvette return with their brand new track “Surrender”. Co-produced by New Order’s Phil Cunningham, the 5 piece draw a wide range of influences from the likes of Radiohead, Jeff Buckley and Neutral Milk Hotel. Creating a powerful sound filled of imagination, the band don’t stick to generic arrangements. Filled with… Continue reading Sylvette – Surrender (Review)

2019 Singles

Sylvette – Memories (Falling) Review

5 piece art rock band originating from Manchester, Sylvette, drew my attention in from the first chord strung in latest single “Memories (Falling)”. Drawing influences from artists such as Radiohead, Jeff Buckley (same as me) and Neutral Milk Hotel, they deliver an explosive sound. Naming themselves after a Picasso painting, Sylvette are quite artistic to say… Continue reading Sylvette – Memories (Falling) Review

2018 EPs/Albums

Valerio Lysander- We Are Like Coloured Moths Towards the Sunlight (Review)

Released on the 21st July, I'm finally getting round to reviewing Valerio Lysander's wonderful album. The album was recorded in various locations across Rome and London with influences from Fiona Apple, Regina Spektor and Sufjan Stevens to name a few. A little bit about Valerio first is that he's a British based Italian artist who has performed all over Europe. He situates in the genres Baroque Pop,… Continue reading Valerio Lysander- We Are Like Coloured Moths Towards the Sunlight (Review)

1980 Albums, Classic Album Review

Kate Bush – Hounds of Love (Classic Album Review)

She is known for her distinctive voice and extraordinary compositions, but Kate Bush is still a lot more than that. She is the Queen of Art Pop/Rock, in my eyes. I decided to write a "classic album review" for the first time, and what better than reviewing one of Bush's masterpieces; "Hounds of Love." It is… Continue reading Kate Bush – Hounds of Love (Classic Album Review)

2017 Albums

St Vincent – Masseduction (Review)

Multi instrumentalist St Vincent is back. Her fifth studio album "Masseduction" is now a very important album in St Vincent's discography. It's personal and takes a big step into Annie Clark's life. Annie Clark is St Vincent. She has been using a stage name since 2006 and everybody now knows her for this. I find it very interesting when… Continue reading St Vincent – Masseduction (Review)