Inside Life has got a devotional side to it; one that’s not too far away from Popol Vuh’s mid 70s output.
Continue reading “Bruno Sanfilippo – Inside Life”
Le Seul Elément has packed Meradiam full of expansive, Gothic washes of sound which alternate between rumbling and ramped up, proto-electro and a private kind of Heavy Metal chamber music.
Continue reading “Le Seul Elément – Meradiam”
If ever there was a demonstration of how the same can suddenly sound different, it’s From Safer Place, the debut LP by Fawn Spots.
Continue reading “Fawn Spots – From Safer Place”
It’s something I’ve heard a million times before but still, I have been playing this record on repeat for a day or two.
Continue reading “This Other Kingdom – Telescopic”
A superb set of open-handed songs that with massive choruses and classic alt-rock arrangements that wouldn’t be out of place on a Traffic LP like John Barleycorn.
Continue reading “Thirty Pounds of Bone – The Taxidermist”
Two recent releases (see below M’Lud) nod to the new wind in Toad’s sails.
Continue reading “Springtime at Song By Toad”
You know what the FUCKING WORST thing in the world is? Playing a gig, packing up at 2 am and then driving back the length of the country.
Continue reading “The Last Waltz Tour 6-12/2/15”
The funniest thing about this Fat White Family gig is the power of suggestion they command. I mean it matters not if they decide to do the ironing on stage…
Continue reading “Fat White Family Ekko Utrecht 8/2/15”
“I can go and buy a banana all year round in the winter. I mean what the fuck is all that about? French royalty in the eighteenth century couldn’t get bananas as regularly as me!
Continue reading “Incendiary interview Viet Cong”
I knew immediately that I didn’t want to be one of those artists who just show the back of their laptop to the audience. I never wanna do that.
Continue reading “Incendiary hang out with Dan Deacon”