Author Profile: Daniel Gill
Articles by Daniel Gill
Lesser Evil is an eerie listen, but also an up beat release that will have you bouncing off the walls in the dark.
Bundick’s third album Anything In Return seems like a new beginning for an electronic producer who’s music here seems like that missing link he’s been looking for all along.
Artists: Toro Y Moi
Good Don’t Sleep all just seems very similar, melding into one song which is quite simply disappointing.
Artists: Egyptian Hip Hop
Total Loss is one of them albums that will pull at your heartstrings and maybe toss up a few old memories whilst it’s playing as well.
Artists: How To Dress Well
It’s the lyrics that really drive this album from start to finish, the melodies and happy-go-lucky harmonies seem to have been pulled to the back seat so Angelakous can really vent.
Artists: Passion Pit
A dark and haunting force which you shouldn’t be too scared to embrace.
Artists: Purity Ring
You need to view Kill For Love as more of a cinematic experience, than a musical one.
Manifest! shows this is a group of friends which have come together to make promising uptempo indie music, but without a real purpose to it.
Sometimes a reintroduction can be hard, and through this release Santigold hasn’t been able to recreate that magic that she showed four years ago.
Fixers have produced an astral release which borrows from indie rock, electronica and avant-garde.