Dublin trio New Secret Weapon have been on the go for 7 years, and only now are they releasing their debut album, a self-titled album of propulsive, high octane, heavy blues rock.
Overall the album is less cohesive than Against A Simple Wooden Cross, more of a collection of songs than a unified piece. But a bit of a journey nonetheless and an enticing starting point for newcomers.
A fairly inscrutable, inaccessible piece of work. For fans of esoteric ambient music only.
A real slow burner, it sounds better each time you listen to it.
MEG favourite Caught In The Wake Forever, aka Scottish musician Fraser McGowan, will be self-releasing his latest album My Family
A confused and confusing album in that it’s difficult to see why Neil Young, having launched a new music player that boasts of superior sound quality, has released what sounds like a really poorly recorded album.
Dustin O’Halloran and Adam Wiltzie are back with this taster for a forthcoming album. The stately drift of the title
The shoegaze (nu-gaze?) revival is well and truly underway. For those schooled in Kevin Shields and co, Cheatahs will either represent genius or a total rip-off.
A perfect EP to sit and stare into space, and definitely worth fourteen, beautifully pensive minutes out of your day.
Mark Kozelek has recorded his latest album under his Sun Kil Moon band name, after his last two successful collaborations.