Tag: Electro

  • Album Review: Blondes – Warmth

    Album Review: Blondes – Warmth

    Weirdly chilling but soothingly hypnotic, Blonde’s create a rich blanket of beautiful, industrial sounds.

  • Track Review: The Vegan Leather – Eyes

    Track Review: The Vegan Leather – Eyes

    Subtler but still as vibrant as what has come before, Eyes lets us see a new side to the dancy, glimmering Vegan Leather.

  • TRACK REVIEW: You’re In Love With A Psycho by Kasabian

    TRACK REVIEW: You’re In Love With A Psycho by Kasabian

    By Oliver Butler (@notoliverbutler) Back again for a sixth bite of the cherry, Kasabian are back with You’re In Love With a Psycho, the first single from their upcoming studio album, For Crying Out Loud, hoping to further cement themselves as Britrock royalty and the heirs to Oasis’ parka-draped throne. The cover for the Leicester […]

  • TRACK REVIEW: Drugs by Charli XCX (feat. ABRA)

    TRACK REVIEW: Drugs by Charli XCX (feat. ABRA)

    By Fraser McGovern (@FraserMcGovern) Singer/songwriter Charli XCX serves as living proof that sugary pop music doesn’t have to be total cack. Though their lyrics aren’t anything to write home about, singles from her 2014 LP Sucker boasted some of the catchiest hooks of that year in tracks like Boom Clap, Break the Rules, and my personal […]

  • TRACK REVIEW: Green Light by Lorde

    TRACK REVIEW: Green Light by Lorde

    By Oliver Butler (@notoliverbutler) One thing that should always subtly remain with you when listening to Lorde‘s music is her age, and what she’s achieved by it. Around the age of 13/14, she was laying the groundwork for her debut album, Pure Heroine, and by the age of 16, she smashed into the face of […]

  • ALBUM REVIEW: Crystal Castles -Amnesty (I)

    ALBUM REVIEW: Crystal Castles -Amnesty (I)

    History is written by the victors. While this may be often applied to battles and the likes, the famous quote seems to hold some relevance whenever the turmoil that was the breakup of Crystal Castles comes into play. However, there wasn’t  a victor so much as there was someone willing to carry on the name irregardless […]

  • ALBUM REVIEW: Kid North – New Waters

    ALBUM REVIEW: Kid North – New Waters

    French pop trio deliver an album dripping with synth pop greatness  In most album reviews, the first couple of paragraphs are spent describing the act, their influences etc. before displaying even a hint of the writer’s opinion on the music in question. Fuck that though because what we have here is an album that exceeded […]