Transcendental Heatwave by The Cush

By Dave MacIntyre  The Texan husband and wife duo of Burette and Gabrielle Douglas, better known as The Cush, have returned with their 4th...

Surf By Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment (Chance the Rapper)

“Work with your friends”, exclaimed Chance the Rapper just days before Surf dropped. The album is from Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment, but,...

Creatures EP by Sleep Therapy

It may have taken 5 years, but the wait has been worth it.  Sleep Therapy, via Baby Robot Media, has announced June 23rd as...

Emotional Mugger by Ty Segall

There's something demented about the infant figure on the cover of Ty Segall's Emotional Mugger that, understandably, strikes discomfort within the hearts of those...

An Interview With Andy Came and Joe Hatt of Spectres

Adam Hammond spoke to Andy Came and Joe Hatt of Spectres to discuss their stunning debut album, Dying, and that Record Store Day controversy.... It’s...

Carrie & Lowell by Sufjan Stevens

Carrie & Lowell, Sufjan Stevens’ first release since 2010’s Age of Adz has the singer-songwriter going in the opposite direction that Adz laid out....

Ruins by Grouper

The ancient Chinese spiritual text the Tao Te Ching emphasises that “benefit may be derived from something, but it is in nothing that we...

Nothing – Tired Of Tomorrow

Philadelphia’s Nothing was one of my favourite musical discoveries of 2014.  Their excellent debut full-length Guilty of Everything was in my year-end top five...

Restarter by Torche

By Cory Zydyk There is some music that is meant to be danced to, with pop hooks that invade the mind and body like a...

Self-Titled EP by I Am Lono

Atmospherically engrossing and instantly captivating is how I would describe my first listening experience of the 6-track self-titled EP by I Am Lono.  And...

Believe by Depth & Current

By Dave MacIntyre  Depth & Current’s 4th full-length album Believe is a wonderful contrast of swirling guitar jangle, dense bass hooks, and sullen vocals that...

Nothing Can Save Us

"There’s no such thing as old or new,” sang a resigned Nigel Benjamin on “Career”, Mott's 1976 hymn to blank horizons, “Cuz everything’s been said...