Mnemonics by Grave Pool

  By Dave MacIntyre Grave Pool’s sophomore album “Mnemonics” is a peculiar trip down memory lane.  The peculiarity lies in the fact that the music is...

José González returns with a new album and U.K., Europe, U.S. & Canadian tour

By David O'Shea It's been ten years since Swedish chill-master José González burst onto the scene in a flurry of coloured balls, with his cover...

Vulnicura by Bjork

By Cory Zydyk Bjork’s newest album “Vulnicura” deals with heartbreak and loss, and learning how to deal with those two powerful emotions. As far as...

Are you ready? The shoegaze Revolution is here!

Revolution – The Shoegaze Revival  - Release date: February 11 By Step On Editors The revolution has arrived, and Ear to Ear records along with Gerpfast...

Musical Finds: Cre-scen-do shimmers into 2015

  Cre-scen-do has fallen into our laps, fully formed, bright and shiny, sounding as if they've always been there, sounding like they need to stay...

Dream for the Fall by schonwald

By Dave MacIntyre  Alessandra Gismondi and Luca Bandini, the Italian duo better known as schonwald take us through a frozen landscape shrouded in ethereal mist...

Julianna Barwick – Will

Where there's a will, there's a way. For Julianna Barwick, her will is to create the storm that pushes her while also pushing through...

Guilty of Everything by Nothing

Nothing is a band for introverts; they make music that’s best for headphones – for muting all the cars and people, and just watching...

This Modern Hope – Horizon

This Modern Hope is a new, London-based, indie rock project, launched by singer songwriter Rob Payne. The group combines slow, deliberate melodies with delicate...

Half Free by U.S. Girls

Let's face it. There are a lot of terrible things in this world. Michael Scott of The Office announced some of these awful items...

Hayden Calnin – Cut Love Pt. II

There is often a negative stigma attached to multi-part albums resulting from artists that are not able to discern between the tracks that belong on an...

How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful by Florence + the Machine

Besides being a description for Doctor Manhattan's unmentionables, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful is the third album from London songstress Florence Welch, singer...