Frightened Rabbit are one of Scotland’s most interesting and exciting bands and this record feels like a small step towards their fleshy underbelly.
One of the most exciting new bands of 2012. But will they let us all down by 2013?
Whilst making their last album there were still a few gems that the band felt needed to be aired rather than hidden for a box set for the band’s 20th anniversary.
Released just ahead of forthcoming full length Mumps, etc, Why?’s Sod in the Seed EP is a welcome return from the Cincinnati based band after a three year absence.
It’s a mishmash of genres – somewhere between indie, pop, punk, 80s, a bit prog-rock in places – and it’s characteristically unhinged.
I recall when I first heard about Swedish electro-pop duo Niki & the Dove; I couldn’t help but think of them in comparison to British acts Florence & the Machine and Marina & the Diamonds, as they saw the continuation of the trend; a female name followed by a seemingly random object (or in this [...]
This is a debut that should keep listeners day dreaming until a full length album appears, scheduled for release later this year
Her debut is definitely a step in a new direction, compared to singing over Jokers dubstep at the Boiler Room.
Through the measured use of their talents here, Trophy Wife have created a confident and refreshing collection of songs
A welcome comeback from the Gothenburg local, thank goodness he decided that bingo calling wasn’t his actual, um, calling!