Ever since Alt-J laid claim to their Mercury Prize for their debut An Awesome Wave in 2012, the percussive indie-experimentalists have been on a globe-trotting journey of a monumental masterclass. While An Awesome Wave showed youthful prosperity and unique divinity in a world empty of breeze-blocks and synth sand-pipes, it seems that 10 years later […]
Black Country, New Road: “Ants From Up Here” album review – profoundly poetic in a world of uncertainty
The bands’ name originally derived from that of a random Wikipedia generator, but their music is anything but thrown together. Ever since BC, NR arrived in the Brixton, Windmill scene in 2019, their post-rock soundscapes of inflected jazz shook the UK to its core. Unprecedented work of beautifully designed pieces of modern music, it is […]
Happy Sunday folks. Ethereal, cathartic and simply beautiful, The Cinematic Orchestra is the perfect soundtrack to your lush hot chocolates, snug blankets and warm fireplaces as we venture into the season of Autumn. Enjoy their eclectic collection below. The classic 2007 album of Ma Fleur is the perfect place to start.
As it nears the first initial anniversary since the French dance powerhouses announced their split this year in February, I thought it be good to have a glance back at their influential chaos on the world of dance music. Simply put as house pioneers to the eclectic halls of dance floors, Daft Punk were by-and-large […]