John Barry: Walkabout Soundtrack – Review

Walkabout

Long thought to have been lost, legendary film composer John Barry’s cult score for Walkabout gets a release on The Roundtable label. Nicolas Roeg’s 1971 masterpiece, Walkabout, has long been regarded as one of the British auteur’s finest works; its … Read more

Kevin West – Story Of My Life – EP Review

Kevin West

Kevin West returns with his 5th studio record Story Of My Life, using County, Rock and Jazz to breath life into his stories of Americana living.  Kevin West has always been proud to wear his heart on his sleeve. This … Read more

Dirty Sound Magnet: Social Media Boy – Review

Dirty Sound Magnet

The explosive new single release from Dirty Sound Magnet grabs old ground, shakes it up and rocks out a contemporary twist in this precursor to an intelligent psychedelic album. Using a scattergun of influences, Dirty Sound Magnet have harnessed a … Read more

Machine Gun Kelly: Hotel Diablo – Review

Machine Gun Kelly

Machine Gun Kelly delves into his personal journey and attempts to re-invent himself with new genre-splicing album, Hotel Diablo.   The new MGK album release of Hotel Diablo signifies a clear musical development from the artist’s previous three releases.  This is … Read more

Thom Yorke: ANIMA – Review

Thom Yorke

The Radiohead singer’s new solo album mines a trail of sparse, haunted electronica studded with some of his loveliest melodies and textures to date.  Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke’s third solo album (his first since 2014’s Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes) arrives in … Read more

Lucinda Belle: Think Big: Like Me – Review

Lucinda Belle

Lucinda Belle’s new record Think Big: Like Me focuses on the artist’s inner turmoil as she questions relationships amongst sultry jazz and blues. Award-winning Harpist and multi-genre pioneer Lucinda Belle is no stranger to putting her feelings out there. Her … Read more

Calexico, Iron & Wine: Years to Burn – Review

Calexico and Iron & Wine

In which two alternative pop icons reconvene to conjure a special musical alchemy, taking in blissful moments of intimacy as well as ambitious, boundary-pushing experimentation. Sam Beam, better known as the wispy-voiced troubadour Iron & Wine, has cultivated a keen … Read more

Ingrid Michaelson: Stranger Songs – Review

Ingrid Michaelson

Journey into the nether and experience the contemporary synergy of fluid voice and retro style of Stranger Things in this new concept album release from Ingrid Michaelson.  The timely launch of the Stranger Songs album to co-inside with the Netflix … Read more