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Insound review
08.04.14

Indie pop icons Architecture In Helsinki will be releasing their new album NOW + 4EVA , we reckon it’s going to be packed of amazing tracks evident of their highly polished sound.

Under The Radar review
15.04.14

Moving from indie oddballs to pop pleasure-seekers should have been easy for Architecture in Helsinki, but the Australian ensemble are hampered by a desire to be taken seriously...

NME review
17.03.14

Group take the minimalist approach on third album

NME review
27.01.14

The Hidden Cameras’ defiant sexual politics are still vital

The Line of Best Fit review
24.01.14

Swedish band emerge from a four year hibernation with a punchy, jangly return.

Spotinews recomendation
04.02.14

Hey again. The new album by Lacrosse is a fairly recent addition to Spotify. Genre: pop. Enjoy! Lacrosse – Are You Thinking of Me Every Minute of Every Day?Filed under: 2014, Pop

NME review
18.11.13

Fanfarlo in 2013 are unrecognisable

Spotinews recomendation
14.11.13

Hi. The new album by Gap Dream was just added to Spotify. Genre: pop. Enjoy! Gap Dream – Shine Your LightFiled under: 2013, Pop

Insound review
03.12.13

Super amazing follow up to last year's self-titled debut, Shine Your Light is a Burger Masterpiece! Gap Dream combines all the best parts of glam, psychedelia, synth,-pop and rock...

Under The Radar review
28.11.13

After Cleveland's Gap Dream brought together elements of Spiritualized and '60s rock/pop on last year's debut album, these latest recordings find linchpin Gabe Fulvimar heading...

Under The Radar review
01.11.13

Few British bands walk the indie walk as devotedly as Los Campesinos!. Since releasing their debut LP Hold On Now, Youngster... in 2008, the Cardiff-bred sextet have continued to...

Punk News review
19.03.14

I saw Los Campesinos! a few years back on the Romance Is Boring tour. While my friend and I stood in a half-filled room at Chicago's Metro for an early all ages show, we became...

Clash review
06.11.13

A consistently infectious fifth studio LP...

The Quietus review
17.09.13

The 'Weird Sisters' of Macbeth function as the perverse moral conscience of the play: sensing and toying with the innate hubris and arrogance of the eponymous protagonist, they...

Under The Radar review
28.11.13

As you might expect from an act whose members met in an anger management course, then twisted the name of pretty-voiced girl-with-a-harp Joanna Newsom into something that sounds...

Clash review
22.08.13

An inconsistent set of flipsides...

The Quietus review
17.09.13

By its nature, The Third Eye Centre, a handsome looking compendium of b-sides and off-cuts from Belle And Sebastian's Rough Trade releases, was never going to be much more than an...

Under The Radar review
28.08.13

B-side collections should rarely be as good as albums. They offer wonderful glimpses of your favorite bands' development processes—B-sides are the rock record equivalent of a DVD...

NME review
27.08.13

Retrospective rarities collection from the indie legends

Insound review
27.08.13

Dear Catastrophe Waitress ushered in a new chapter for Belle and Sebastian. Once a hushed bedroom indie project, the band reemerged as a pop powerhouse. Subsequent albums, The...

The Quietus review
06.08.13

Darren Hayman concluded his 'Essex trilogy' of albums with last autumn's The Violence, a long-planned study of the 17th century Essex Witch Trials. Bugbears is its companion piece...