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Introducing: Silent Party

Silent Party are native Londoners, which in itself is a near oxymoron like the band’s music, an ode to the shrill beeps, tights spaces, strong odours and Babylonian dialects of their city, best made sense of on empty night buses on long rides across the urban sprawl of their home. 192 more words


EP Review: No Illusions by Quiet Lions

Guest Reviewer: Matt Dickinson

Quiet Lions are a Brighton/London based four piece – No Illusions is the follow up to last year’s debut Surroundings. they mix big choruses with powerful melodies and complex rhythms – focusing on downfalls of a personal nature lyrically. 303 more words


Warpaint: Warpaint - Album Review

Warpaints debut LP, 2010’s The Fool, was a consistently entertaining listen: it was the sound of a band with an accessible yet slightly off-kilter sound experimenting and having fun. 554 more words

Album Reviews

Baby Chaos - Out Of The Silence

When I first watched BABY CHAOS’ video for “Hello Victim” in 1994, I couldn’t tell if they were grungy pop, glam, indie, alternative, noise/power pop or something else, but I knew I loved it. 1,460 more words


Day 262 - Michael Rault

Some Canadian stuff today (it’s been a while) from Toronto singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Michael Rault.

I heard this tune Real Love (Yeah) on Spotify’s New Music Monday and it struck a chord with my straight away. 90 more words

Speedy Ortiz - Foil Deer

Speedy Ortiz – Foil Deer


The Massachusetts indie rock band got a lot of listeners on the strength of their debut, 2013’s Major Arcana… 276 more words

Music Reviews

EP: The Great Escape by Old House Playground

Old House Playground is a three piece contemporary blues/alt-rock band with roots in the songwriting culture of traditional Greek folk music.
In 2009, Tryfon Lazos… 242 more words

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