Review: The Slang – Desperate Times EP

The Slang return with new EP Desperate Times, and with it bring a taste of Nashville sporadically littered throughout the tracks against an indie-rock backdrop. One of the things the Slang have prided themselves on is recording in different cities … Read more

Review: Deb Montgomery – All The Water EP

Deb Montgomery’s new EP All the Water takes a step forward into the alt-rock/folk-rock foray, and brings with it a record that ebbs and flows. Seattle artists are renowned for their creative freedom, and records from there always feel that … Read more

Album Review: Get the Blessing – Bristopia

Following on from their 2015 album Astronautilus, jazz-rock pioneers Get The Blessing return with their mesmerising new record Bristopia. Bristol is one of those ‘upcoming’ cities in England at the moment. In fact, many see it as an ‘alternative London’ with … Read more

Album Review: The Cuban Brothers – La Familia

We take a look at the new record from soul/funk/comedy outfit The Cuban Brothers, as they reinvent tracks by their favourite artists that can lighten up even the darkest day. Mike Keat (aka Miguel Mantovani), the moustached maverick at the … Read more

Album Review: The Bamboos – Night Time People

Australian funk/soul outfit The Bamboos return with their 8th studio album Night Time People, managing to bring out everything that’s great about the band while melding the past against the present. Having been around for 18 years now, The Bamboos can … Read more