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Spotinews recomendation
14.05.17

Hey. Next up we have the new album by folk singer-songwriter Will Stratton. Enjoy! Will Stratton – Rosewood AlmanacFiled under: 2017, Folk, Singer-songwriter

Clash review
27.05.17

A low key gem packed with delightful folk-hewn moments...

Spotinews recomendation
11.04.17

Hey. The cozy new album by Timber Timbre arrived the other day. Genre: pop/rock. Enjoy! (Note: The release is spread out on different releases for different regions, but clicking...

Under The Radar review
14.04.17

We are familiar with the nostalgic bulbousness of Timber Timbre, the weeping willows' long tentacles waving high above our heads creating a stage for front porch cracklers crafted...

Spotinews recomendation
19.02.17

Hi again. I quickly fell in love with the retro-tinged debut album by pop singer-songwriter Molly Burch. Recommended listening. Enjoy! Molly Burch – Please Be MineFiled under...

Under The Radar review
08.02.17

Julie Byrne never strays from her warm murmur and whispers of instrumentation on her sophomore album Not Even Happiness.  More

Clash review
09.11.16

Paeans of loss and heartache...

Clash review
09.11.16

Picture perfect psych pop from the Netherlands...

Under The Radar review
09.11.16

The latest release from Wye Oak, the project of Baltimore duo Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack, is a brief collection of songs that did not make it onto 2011's Civilian or 2014's Shriek...

Clash review
09.11.16

A mature, creative second album...

Clash review
28.09.16

A polished return, but also one with real depth...

Clash review
23.09.16

Mature, introspective songwriting from the 17 year old prodigy...

Clash review
07.09.16

A defining moment from an artist of remarkable depth...

Clash review
05.09.16

Songwriter ends a lengthy silent spell with a compelling new album...

Under The Radar review
30.10.15

Two years after the release of their debut album, Dromes, the British quartet Younghusband returns with a new collection produced by Loop's Robert Hampson. As with Dromes, there...

Clash review
01.09.15

A nice starter, but where's the main?

Under The Radar review
07.09.15

Zach Condon has one of the most recognizable voices in contemporary music, a somehow both lush and nasal delivery that instantly stamps a track as Beirut's. More

Clash review
17.08.15

Mercury nominee's star continues to rise...

Punk News review
15.05.15

1971: a sludge punk trio of self described "Denim Daddies of the North West" whose music is a very interesting mix of hard rock along with hardcore and melodic punk to varying...

Under The Radar review
14.05.15

Sometimes, different is good. Other times, it's bad. In the case of Wilder Mind, Mumford & Sons' latest album, different is drastic. The band took a very public hiatus in late...

Under The Radar review
07.05.15

Expectations are high for Other Lives' new album, given the company kept by the band after releasing the acclaimed Tamer Animals (2011).  More

Under The Radar review
20.03.15

Just where did Courtney Barnett come from? One moment she's an anonymous Australian singer/songwriter with a tangled mop of hair, the next she's at the helm of the new grunge...

Clash review
23.03.15

Golden full length debut...

The Quietus review
06.03.15

Aeonflower is a very different beast to Paper Dollhouse's debut album, though it's no less beautiful, unsettling, or eerie. Its predecessor, A Box Painted Black, released in 2012...

Under The Radar review
24.01.15

The Dodos have always been a pleasantly disarming mix of salty and sweet. Complex rhythmic ideas round out simple but creative melodic lines, which are in turn occasionally...

Spotinews recomendation
30.11.14

Hello there. The final update of this month is another album from last month. Genre: folk/rock. Enjoy The Barr Brothers! (US version here.) The Barr Brothers – Sleeping...

Spotinews recomendation
08.11.14

Hello. The debut album by Springtime Carnivore (pop singer-songwriter Greta Morgan) will make you happy. Enjoy! Springtime Carnivore – Springtime CarnivoreFiled under: 2014, Pop...

Under The Radar review
10.11.14

Springtime Carnivore's origin story is one that feels plucked from Dust Bowl-era Americana: a former tightrope walker from a traveling circus troupe rediscovered her family's...

The Quietus review
06.11.14

Previous records by David Karsten Daniels have seen him deal with ageing, dying, death, jazz orchestras and flaming car crashes. His work, a quiet mass of what he himself has...

Spotinews recomendation
28.08.14

Good morning. The catchy new album by Dry the River is a recent addition to Spotify. Genre: indie rock. Enjoy! (US version here.) Dry the River – Alarms in the HeartFiled under...

Spotinews recomendation
05.09.14

Good morning. The catchy new album by Dry the River is a recent addition to Spotify. Genre: indie rock. Enjoy! (US version here.) Dry the River – Alarms in the HeartFiled under...

Insound review
19.08.14

The world is loud. The wind blows hard. We need songs for shelter, and Raymond Raposa can build a shelter from almost anything: the sun-bleached bones of a drum track and a couple...

Insound review
05.08.14

Angus and Julia Stone are an Australian brother-sister folk-blues group that formed in 2006. Their parents played as a folk duo before Julia and Angus were born. The self-titled...

Spotinews recomendation
09.08.14

Hey there. The new album by Angus & Julia Stone is a fairly recent Spotify addition. Genre: folk/pop. Enjoy! (Note: This album is split up in many different versions, but you...

NME review
06.08.14

Aussie siblings reunite after going it alone

Punk News review
17.07.14

On I Used to Be So Young, produced by Anti-Flag's Chris #2 and released on A-F Records, The Homeless Gospel Choir (also known as Dan Zanetti from Pittsburgh, PA) deals with a...

NME review
02.06.14

LA musician needlessly peddles tired hypnagogic pop