Monthly Archives: September 2011
Check out my interview with the lovely Slow Club, taken from this month’s edition of Snipe London. Watch the video for recent single Two Cousins here.
Round 21 featuring Balmorhea, Unicorn Kid and Mozart Parties… Read more
Kindness is London/Berlin based Adam Bainbridge. The Guardian describe his music as ‘like a slowly fading reminiscence of the night(club) before’. He seems to have a bit of an obsession with early house records – one can imagine Larry Levan spinning this … Continue reading
Hands-up who wants to hear a hands in the air, future Casio rave anthem from Edinburgh’s Unicorn Kid, one of a series of free downloads from his new Tidal Rave EP, complete with an equally fun video (Dolphins = fun) … Continue reading
Some wonderfully cynical Mancunian pop from Silverclub, a.k.a. Duncan Jones (not that one), with beats ‘n’ bass reminiscent of Manchester’s favourite scally sons the Happy Mondays. No Application is the title track of the band’s second EP, released November 21st … Continue reading
Round 20, featuring Lilies On Mars, Cobalt Cranes and Burning Buildings… Read more
Their name may sound like a messy stomach complaint, but Balmorhea (pronounced Bal-moor-ay) are onto their fifth long-player – due for release in the spring – and list influences as diverse as ‘Ludovico Einaudi, The Six Parts Seven, Claude Debussy, Ludwig … Continue reading
Check out these pics (courtesy of Jack Bacon) and a new fangled moving image (it’ll never catch on) from the LEG GUITAR v TUCKSHOP: EP CLUB (Vol. 1) launch night at the Betsey Trotwood, London EC1, last Friday. … Continue reading
It’s finally here! No finer 5-track EP of indie loveliness will you find anywhere; available now as a free download, featuring Lilies On Mars, Burning Buildings, Cobalt Cranes, TAL! and Joe Innes. Go get it!
Round 19, featuring Surfer Blood, Orchestra Of Spheres and Luke Temple… Read more