Review: StrangeJuice – Raising Cannibals


StrangeJuice invites us back into their odd but wonderful world of psychedelic indie-folk with new record Raising Cannibals. It’s always a good sign when you can hear musicians having fun in their music. Sometimes you feel that bands are just … Read more

EP Review: Dig Two Graves – Deathwish

Dig Two Graves

Dig Two Graves release new EP Deathwish, dragging up feelings from deep within to create the basis of an emotion-laden record. In the hardest of times, music must prevail. This is the attitude in which Dig Two Graves form the … Read more

Interview: James Morrison

James Morrison

James Morrison speaks to Vinyl Chapters about his new record, working with Joss Stone, and what he likes about touring. After taking a four-year break between albums, James Morrison has made a welcome return with new record You’re Stronger Than … Read more

EP Review: Seneko – Soul Numbers


Seneko returns with 3rd EP Soul Numbers, focusing on a bolstered indie-soul vibe that allows for a myriad of different ideas. The fun thing about releasing an EP is that it’s a place for experimentation. Without the constraints of an … Read more

Review: The General Maynyrd Band – Self-titled

The General Maynyrd Band

The General Maynyrd Band release their new self-titled record that focuses heavily on that southern rock sound amidst an atmosphere of inventiveness and camaraderie. There’s nothing better than listening to a band you can tell are having fun. That’s exactly … Read more

Review: Aldous Harding – Designer

Aldous Harding

The Kiwi singer-songwriter pushes the envelope further on her third album release, the slinky, shape-shifting Designer, an astute, mature and invigorating record which is both idiosyncratic and open-hearted. Ever since her 2014 self-titled debut, the gothic freak-folk artist Aldous Harding … Read more

A Guide For Record Store Etiquette

Crate Digging In Record Store

Record stores are a home away from home for people who love music – vinyl-lovers, especially. For many, there’s nothing better than heading down to your local record store for an afternoon, flicking through the new additions, digging for a … Read more

Review: Taylor Swift – ME!

Taylor Swift

With the warmer weather breaking out, music industry icon Taylor Swift has released her latest single ME!. It’s bright, summery and ready for that soaring sun. ME! is a showcase of the first collaboration between Swift and her fellow industry great, … Read more