Album Review: ‘Interplanetary Class Classics’ by The Moonlandingz

When I first heard Fat White Family’s debut album Champagne Holocaust, four years ago, I knew that I was listening to the most important band of that time. Heavily influenced by The Fall and The Country Teasers – the Fat Whites created an album, that certainly lyrically, was much more interesting than anything else at… Read More Album Review: ‘Interplanetary Class Classics’ by The Moonlandingz

Atticus emerges from the underground with ‘These Walls’

Emerging into the fray of contemporary electronic music is singer-songwriter, Atticus. With a powerful electronic sound, combined with an indie aesthetic, Atticus seems to already have cracked the recipe for modern music that breaks boundaries and offers something just a little different. Over his career as a musician, Atticus has played around with a number… Read More Atticus emerges from the underground with ‘These Walls’

The New Album ‘Leaves, Sadness, Science’ by Marilyn Carino

Marilyn Carino is an experienced artist who has collaborated and shared stages with a number of notable musicians including Samuel T. Herring (Future Islands), Black Star, David Byrne and renowned producers Sly and Robbie, but she has recently released her second solo album that truly displays her quality as an experimental musician. Having released her… Read More The New Album ‘Leaves, Sadness, Science’ by Marilyn Carino

‘Happy Matters’- Everything Under

Electro-rock band Everything Under have followed up their storming single ‘Team’ with the equally 80s infused ‘Happy Matters’. Aiming to reinvent the electronic rock genre and make it more accessible to all, EU have developed their industrial sound, blending 80s synth-pop with a dark, brooding overtone. After losing his sister in a car crash, front-man, Mark… Read More ‘Happy Matters’- Everything Under

Track Review: Injin’s ‘Tennessee’

The mysterious Injin’s ‘Tennessee’ is a track of intrigue with a truly unique sound. Deep resonating synths combine with a swirling woodwind section to create a never-heard-before amalgamation of both natural and fabricated sounds. The track will be sure to strike a chord with lovers of 80s music, with echoing vocals reminiscent of Jim Kerr… Read More Track Review: Injin’s ‘Tennessee’

Adam Lanceley delivers new experimental single The Dream of Yesterday

New singer-songwriter Adam Lanceley has a very inspirational backstory, having overcome a childhood car accident that left him unable to walk or talk. He has since recovered and not only learnt how to walk and talk again, but gone on to run two marathons and become a singer. His new single ‘The Dream of Yesterday’… Read More Adam Lanceley delivers new experimental single The Dream of Yesterday