2019 Singles

Stanley Duke and the Kindred Spirits – Collagen (Review)

Stanley Duke from Lost Dawn returns with a brand new project - Stanley Duke & The Kindred Spirits. Theatrical and psychedelic, the collective fuse rock and roll with a pop twist. Their first single “Collagen” dropped July 26th and has been proving that this new concept for Stanley is capturing his true vision.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unVKRqN6KKc Delivering… Continue reading Stanley Duke and the Kindred Spirits – Collagen (Review)

2019 Singles

Good Foxy – Into Tomorrow (Review)

Getting recognition over radio and from their live shows, Good Foxy are stepping “Into Tomorrow” with the infectious, psychedelic number. Their music takes inspiration from artists such as Tame Impala, The Doors and Unknown Mortal Orchestra to name a few. Known for their versatile gigs of acoustic shows and electric sets, they’ve played festivals such… Continue reading Good Foxy – Into Tomorrow (Review)

2019 Singles

JOG – Driftwood (Review)

Released Friday 10th May via Sun Turtle Records, please welcome Gerald James aka JOG. Here with his debut EP ‘Driftwood’, the four track EP was recorded straight to tape by David McAulay (Mogwai, King Creosote), and mastered by Joseph Carra (King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard). From just saying those names in the same sentence,… Continue reading JOG – Driftwood (Review)

2019 Singles

SUNGLO – Elevator Belle (Review)

It’s like Sonic Youth had a love child with the Pixies and created SUNGLO. Manchester based quartet are back with the infectious “Elevator Belle.” 2018 saw the release of their debut single “I Don’t Mind”, which took Manchester by storm with Sunglo’s defying “happy filth” sound, which is probably the best way to describe them… Continue reading SUNGLO – Elevator Belle (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)

2017 Albums

Robert Plant – Carry Fire (Review)

The Golden God himself is back with a stunning new album. His first solo album in three years, "Carry Fire" is raw and rhythmically oozing with influences. With help from his backing band "The Sensational Space Shifters" who are sensational, if I do say so myself (no pun intended), they create a well produced album produced… Continue reading Robert Plant – Carry Fire (Review)

2017 Albums

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard – Polygondwanaland (Review)

Well, that's a word you wouldn't be able to say while drunk... King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard are back after not releasing music in three months (that's actually a long time in King Gizzard world...) Polygondwanaland is a mouthful, but physically and mentally, it's some of King Gizzard's best work. With already releasing three albums this year,… Continue reading King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard – Polygondwanaland (Review)