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

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

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

Review: Weyes Blood – Titanic Rising

Weyes Blood

The retro-futurist singer-songwriter Natalie Mering’s latest album is her most cohesive, accomplished and fully realised project to date. Natalie Mering has long been cited by tastemakers as one to watch; a gargantuan talent dabbling in bedroom freak-folk, lo-fi noise and … Read more

Review: Kinbrae – Landforms


Scottish duo Kinbrae takes us on an imagery-laden journey down the River Tay with new record Landforms. If you’re looking for a picturesque and beautifully painted view of Scotland’s River Tay, then new record Landforms by Kinbrae is for you. … Read more

Review: Leon Seti – Cobalt

Leon Seti

Leon Seti shows two sides of the same coin on new record Cobalt, taking on calm and peaceful serenity against pacey 80s pop. Letting your true self be seen within your music is hard to do. The artists that are … Read more