Tramp is well executed and verges on masterpiece as it coherently portrays thoughts from a dark and irrational place
ƒIN is the most innovative album so far this year and one of the exceptional debuts of many that will be flooding 2012.
No One Can Ever Know is the third full length from the boys from Kilsyth, Scotland and with a mysterious yet fashionable sound, this album is the most accessible yet.
This album sounds like a strange lovechild between Metronomy and Hot Chip with some lashings of Franz Ferdinand thrown in for good measure
This is an album which might be too tough for some peoples’ ears, but deep down this is a scream out and a fist in the air
Judging from this record, growing up is a pretty painful affair. If it produces art this good, I wouldn’t have it any other way.
‘Illuminated People’ serves like a manual on how to make great experimental music delivered by the new masters of the craft, Islet.
If this album remained ‘underground’, strictly for the ears of the coolest ‘sound foragers’ then that would be a crying shame
Powers seems to be a veteran at this, and this album places him near the top of the pile in a growing genre that is filling up with artists
Parallax is perhaps an altogether more refined and well worked record than any other previous releases under the name of Atlas Sound