Seattle came to prominence in music terms around the time when the eighties became the nineties, as a whole generation
Cooper and Hoare have found a disused trove to mine for inspiration, or at least one which has remained untroubled for a few years. A promising collection of songs.
spargelzeit by la flag Have you ever thought to yourself: I wish there was a heavy instrumental Portugese band? Well
This is Billy Corgan and co’s tenth album, and his third full length since their return in 2007. At this
This sort of stopgap EP from Mogwai contains three brand new tracks. The first of these, Teenage Exorcists, sees them
Canadian artist Loscil‘s latest album is an immersive experience, one designed to absorb as a whole. The constituent parts are
The madness of the last 18 months or so chez Kozelek reaches its logical (?) conclusion with the release of
If anyone is entitled to sound like Sonic Youth it’s Thurston Moore. It’s by no means as thrilling as the sludgy riffs on Chelsea Light Moving, but certainly does nothing to tarnish his legacy. For those mourning the demise of Sonic Youth, The Best Day will help.
Neil Young has developed a habit of switching from one sound to another. Having spent a few years cranking out loud guitar rock with Crazy Horse, it was perhaps inevitable that he would return with a soft-focus album, but this time with a difference.
Scottish band The Twilight Sad’s fourth album is a change in direction for the band.