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Glasser – Apply

It might be a little late in the day to get your hands on tickets for the gig at the Macbeth tomorrow but I just checked and there are still tickets available for Madame Jo Jo’s on Tuesday – I… Continue Reading →

The Books – A Cold Freezin’ Night

Most of the music I write about up here, and rightly so I think, is music I love. Songs that, from the moment I hear them, I want to shout about so anyone who comes across this blog can listen… Continue Reading →

Zomes – Clear Shapes

I don’t think everyone will feel the way I do about this track. In fact, I’m pretty sure they won’t. Zomes – Clear Shapes Sometimes you hear something and don’t just hear it, you feel it. It’s like it resonates… Continue Reading →

Twin Sister – All Around And Away We Go (No Merry Go Rounds) Coolrunnings RMX

Bit of a crazy title, eh? I’m feeling a bit spaced-out and dreamy at the moment. The music isn’t helping (or maybe that should read “IS” helping…?): Twin Sister – All Around And Away We Go (No Merry Go Rounds)… Continue Reading →

Jai Paul – BTSTU

I’m about to say something big: This is my track of the year so far. (Well… I thought it was big) Jai Paul – BTSTU I don’t even know what genre the track fits into, if any – perhaps R&B,… Continue Reading →

Tobacco – Fresh Hex (feat. Beck)

The profile for this artist opens with the words: “TOBACCO has a new record called Maniac Meat out on anticon records. It’s loud.” I wouldn’t have it any other way. The guys seems to be a bit secretive –… Continue Reading →

Breton – The Well

I wish I was at an indie party on a beach. Today has been beautiful, as was the day before, and the day before that – there aren’t many times I’ve been able to say that, having lived in England… Continue Reading →

Sleigh Bells – A,B Machines

This post has been a long time coming. One month coming, in fact. I’ve been meaning to write it since I saw them at The Great Escape in May – saw a lot of fun bands over that weekend, mostly… Continue Reading →

CALLmeKAT – Do Your Trick

Going from thrashing retro rock to down-tempo, minimal electronica… This is a song by Danish female vocalist, Katrine Ottosen, who goes by the name CALLmeKAT – the alternate capitalisations aren’t me, that’s how it’s… *spelt*? CALLmeKAT – Do Your Trick… Continue Reading →

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