Wednesday 25 February 2015

BEST AND WORST NEW TRACKS OF THE WEEK 25/02/2015: Everything Everything, Riff Raff, Best Coast and more...

This week Everything Everything get groovy, Best Coast get hazy and Riff Raff gets wavy.

Review of 'Sour Soul' by BADBADNOTGOOD and Ghostface Killah

Sour Soul has all the instrumental grandeur of a Bond movie. Why then is Ghostface Killah not rapping about fast cars and hot women and gunfights like he always does? Why instead is he giving us nutritional tips?

Wednesday 18 February 2015

BEST AND WORST NEW TRACKS OF THE WEEK 18/02/2015: Sufjan Stevens, Slaves, Earl Sweatshirt and more...

It's time for that special segment of the site in which I sieve through the singles of the last seven days, separating the superb from the shit. This week, Sufjan Stevens, Slaves and Earl Sweatshirt all serve up songs. So much sibilance. It's starting to get silly. 

Wednesday 11 February 2015

BEST AND WORST NEW TRACKS OF THE WEEK 11/02/2015: Kendrick Lamar, Royal Blood, Laura Welsh and more...

So, did you watch the Grammys? No, me neither. I'm glad to hear St Vincent won an award and equally glad to hear that Iggy Azalea didn't. Also, Kanye's still a dick. That about sums up my thoughts on the whole event.

Time now to talk new tracks. That is the point of this section after all. This week Kendrick gets angry, Royal Blood get bloody and I get deep.

Monday 9 February 2015

Review of 'Sleeping Tapes' by Jeff Bridges

Ever wanted to go hand-gliding with Jeff Bridges through Temescal Canyon? Now you can.

Friday 6 February 2015

Review of 'The Mindsweep' by Enter Shikari

St. Albans metalcore/electronica outfit Enter Shikari want to be fun party animals and political activists, but don’t how to be both at the same time. It’s a precarious balancing act that only the most skilled songwriters can pull off.

Wednesday 4 February 2015

BEST AND WORST NEW TRACKS OF THE WEEK 04/02/2015: Young Fathers, From Indian Lakes, Chris Lorenzo and more...

This week I look at the new track from Mercury Prize winners Young Fathers, plus Chris Lorenzo's new dud of a dance anthem. Buckle up!