One thing to note is that it can be a fucking quiet record; lots of passages of sound are quite content in sitting in the background.
Continue reading “Kreng – The Summoner”
…what The Soft Moon do really, really well is build up a very accessible, Drury Lane sense of drama and cod-personality.
Continue reading “The Soft Moon – Deeper”
Time To Go Home has a sharp wit and a real sense of nous that doesn’t just rely on the usual “conventions” of being in a band.
Continue reading “Chastity Belt – Time to Go Home”
And this deluxe reissue of their first record, Drastic Measures, Drastic Movement still has the ability to shock, annoy, and surprise.
Continue reading “Minny Pops – Drastic Measures, Drastic Movement”
There have been some brilliant and breathtaking “guitar records” this year. And this is one of them.
Continue reading “The Membranes – Dark Matter Dark Energy”
Overall a great one for sticking on on a lazy or hungover afternoon; and you should give it time.
Continue reading “Autopilot – Autopilot”
From the opening scenes, it’s clear that Field Music know how to mesh the scenes in the film with appropriate music.
Continue reading “Music for Drifters : Field Music at the Tyneside Cinema”