Reviews

Shellac - Dude Incredible

Albini, Weston and Trainer. Recording to tape. What else would Dude Incredible be other than a perfect Shellac record?

Perfume Genius - Too Bright

Hadreas finds a myriad of new ways to look both inward and outward on a sonically turbulent third suite.

Clarian - Is There Light At The End EP

The first release on Seth Troxler's Soft Touch Recordings is an exotic escape from Summer's end.

Terry Farley presents Acid Thunder - More Definitive Acid & Deep House, 1985-1991

Terry Farley comes up with another comprehensive five disc round up of some of the best underground house tracks, all older than the guys in Disclosure.

Holy Sons - The Fact Facer

Portland songwriter Emil Amos emerges from a dense wilderness of sound prevalent on previous records to create his most diverse album yet. Embracing crippling fear has never sounded so bracing.

Camera -  Remember I Was Carbon Dioxide

Berlin trio modernise the krautrock sounds of the Seventies with impressive results.

Nick Oliveri’s Uncontrollable - Leave Me Alone

The former Queens of the Stone Age man turns out a solo record that fails to thrill on force of personality alone.

Sondre Lerche - Please

The fresh-faced Norwegian returns with his seventh studio album to date.

Mr. Twin Sister - Mr. Twin Sister

New York quintet are back with a new name, a new record and a new attitude.

Foo Fighters - Invictus Games Closing Ceremony @ Queen Elizabeth Park, London 14/09/14

In contrast to their 'secret' shows last week, the Foos closed The Invictus Games with a gigantic - albeit somewhat rushed - performance.

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