Monthly Archives: November 2013

Future of the Left – How to Stop Your Brain in an Accident

‘The music industry is lying to you, it is telling you that you are excited, and you ARE excited’ are the opening lines to stand out track ‘Singing of the bonesaws’ from Future of the Left’s latest ‘How to Stop … Continue reading

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Rosi Golan – Fortuna

An acoustic guitar is backed at times by the odd distant tambourine, piano or reverbed drum on Rosi Golan’s new E.P.  ‘Fortuna’. But more than the instrumentation is the voice it swings wildly from a hushed breath to its full … Continue reading

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Kurt Vile and the Violators – It’s a Big World Out There (And I Am Scared)

As a stand-alone record or a companion piece to his 5th album ‘Wakin’ On A Pretty Daze’ the new seven track E.P. ‘It’s a Big World Out There (And I Am Scared)’ is pure Kurt Vile.  With 3 reworked tracks … Continue reading

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Arcade Fire – Reflektor

Use your imagination to envisage a mix between Arcade Fire and LCD Soundsystem and you will be pretty close to ‘Reflektor’ the new album by the former produced by the main man of the latter. Now just because it sounds … Continue reading

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