ALBUM REVIEWS

ALBUM REVIEWS

The Away Days – Dreamed at Dawn

Rarely do we display so much love on the site for one band as we do for The Away Days. This Turkish 4-piece found their way to our hearts in

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Julien Baker – Sprained Ankle

Sprained Ankle is the solo record from 21-year-old Memphis based Julien Baker. Her deeply rooted love for late 90s emo pop reflect in Baker’s slow, melancholy and beautifully poignant lyrics

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the xx – I See You

In the middle of this ‘fake news’ era, I considered turning a review of the xx latest album I See You into an article full of Trumponian lies, make up

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Miike Snow – iii

With iii, American-Swedish outfit Miike Snow release their third studio album. After the rather successful and catchy predecessors Miike Snow and Happy To You, their third instalment iii continues with

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Holy Holy – When The Storms Would Come

Australian duo-turned-into-full-live-band Holy Holy‘s debut album When The Storms Would Come is a dangerous outsider for the various Best Albums of 2015 on the interwebs. On When The Storms Would

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Everything Everything – Get To Heaven

Everything Everything’s first album Man Alive was a gloriously quirky anomaly which provided just enough math to not rock Battles’ boat, just the right amount of Hot Chip humour and

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Public Service Broadcasting – The Race For Space

The brilliant Public Service Broadcasting (still unsigned, how’s that possible?) released a 43-minute long historical space-laden album, aptly called The Race For Space. A younger me’s first ever 7″ single

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Sivu – Something On High Review

From the moment we encountered Sivu‘s MRI Better Than He video, we knew that we couldn’t get him out of head. Hearing him perform solo unplugged at a Sofar evening