Reviewed – Owen – The Avalanche

Rating - 5/5 It had been a good few years since I had last engaged with the work of Owen, however the release of singles ‘A New Muse’ and ‘On with the Show’ brought everything back to me.  I was taken back to when I first discovered the solo material of the infamous Mike Kinsella... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Graywave – With me

Rating - 4/5 Graywave is a name you that would come to mind when considering who has been confidently producing some fundamental and excellent displays of Shoegaze in recent times. However, Jess Webberly has made her return and has crafted a dream-pop classic that should be a listening priority this summer and forever. Escapism is... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Palps – Letters to You (That I’ll Never Send)

Rating - 4/5 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/palps_uk/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/palpsuk YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLzMKG4NFos&list=OLAK5uy_lWThDW7tHquGevZgpi_HNXVutcRvmIfAg Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/album/7248Z2Sr9sUdjATivW4qPS Essex four-piece, Palps, drop their debut EP Letters to You (That I’ll Never Send); a post-hardcore influenced affair with some pop-punk elements thrown in to garner wider interest from the scene at large. The result is a familiar exploration of... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Graywave – Growing Garden

Rating - 4/5 Birmingham singer-songwriter “Graywave” is fulfilling the vacancy of the emo inspired shoegaze sound that has fallen flat in recent times. Two-track EP “Growing garden” combines elements of the highest points of new wave shoegaze while making it her own at the same time. These two tracks are a great installment into what... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Brian Fallon – Local Honey

Released - 27th March 2020 Rating - 5/5 Local Honey is the third solo album from Brian Fallon, the lead singer of the Gaslight Anthem. For those unfamiliar with Brian’s vocal sound, it's a jarring mixture of Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan. Jarring because one second you think you’re listening to Dylan, the next Springsteen.... Continue Reading →

Reviewed – Alakline Trio – EP

Rating - 4/5 Their tour may be canceled in the wake of Coronavirus, but Alkaline Trio keeps the candle burning with a surprise three-track EP, creatively titled… “E.P” bringing a whole new meaning to the tradition of self-titled, well, EP's. 'Minds like Minefields' is a straight punk jam with high energy playing and a dreamy,... Continue Reading →

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