Psychedelic pop, but not as you know it. Jinx is the product of experimentation and the refinement of a wholly authentic voice. Crumb have delivered a beguiling, sometimes bewildering beauty that leaves with as many questions as it delivers answers. Infectious riffs spiral around melodies. It’s hard to place the affect of a song like…
…more striking with each replay. It’s not easy to sustain the surprising nature of creation but that’s exactly what Loft achieves.
This is Souvenir Driver. We’re never far from passages of beauty. Lyrically, Nate Wey hangs a world view that encourages trust, and engages with wonder.
a beautiful, unassuming album that possesses the ability to bring rare and genuine calm.
But there are surprises, many of them, in this album. Justin Wright sets out challenges and reassurances. He requests engagement at a higher level.
Japanese quartet CHAI have just announced their sophomore album. The follow-up to their debut album Pink will be called Punk. It will be released on March 15th via Burger Records. For those unfamiliar with CHAI, the band have a particular approach to the sugared world of kawaii culture. Their first album offered a tongue-in-cheek excursion through the cute…
‘I Was’ is a beautiful track. Here the song is given a beautiful visual, and Strauss enters the new year with unique momentum.
‘You Can Sing Me Anything: A Tribute To 69 Love Songs’ should remain in heavy rotation at every after-party, and after-after-party for a very long time.
A straight-from-the-box drum machine tempo, loosened at the edges, and a pulse-strum acoustic guitar. Immediately disarming, ‘Half Lyfe’ – the second track we’ve heard from JR Slayer’s upcoming album You Found Me – lands like a measure of easy intimacy. Reflective, and confessional by turns ‘Half Lyfe’ displays the strengths of JR Slayer’s work. A project of…
Sofa City Sweetheart shows that yes, there is sorrow, but at the limit of that emotion comes acceptance, and a sense of relief and pleasure.