Colour Carnival impress with sophomore EP ‘Panic Sold’

Colour Carnival streamline their many influences into one entertaining psych rock package on Panic Sold

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Track Review: Motion – Of The Night

Upbeat and infectiously catchy to boot, Motion’s latest single goes some way to realising the band’s full potential

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Album Review: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Murder of the Universe

Vomiting cyborgs, altered beasts, and lightning lords – King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard go sci-fi on their second release of the year.

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Track Review: Motion – I Can Hear You Coming Closer

Mixing a bunch of different influences, Edinburgh shoegaze outfit Motion give a solid effort on their latest track.

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Album Review: The Weather by POND

By Rory McArthur (@RoryMeep) Australia has evolved into heaven for fans of psychedelic music over the past few years. Tame Impala are headlining arenas, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard are about to release their 10th album since 2012, and a plethora of other acts are churning out reliably satisfying tunes every other week. Due to…

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ALBUM REVIEW: THIS OLD DOG by MAC DEMARCO

Serious themes explored in classic DeMarco fashion, This Old Dog sees the jizz-jazz pioneer at his arguable best.

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TRACK REVIEW: Pretty Citizens – Lost Control

Pretty Citizens are a pretty solid jack of all trades kind of band, especially upon the first listening of their latest single Lost Control, set to release on April 22nd. Slick, shoegaze dipped and seductive as fuck, the up and coming Nottingham act furnish this track with a groove that wouldn’t go amiss on a…

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Dan & Drum-Fixin Up Right TRACK REVIEW

In the world of music, sometimes it’s not just your sound that is important but your own public persona, something that can help change you from being just another white boy with a guitar into something else entirely. Take Mac DeMarco for example, a talented artist whose wacky, odd sense of humour and actions help…

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Mystery Jets – Curve Of The Earth ALBUM REVIEW

Staples of indie rock Mystery Jets return with a new psychedelic heavy sound but is it any good? FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/blinkclyro?lang=e… LIKE ME ON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/blinkclyro/?…

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The Horrors – Luminous review

If I were to point out one aspect that The Horrors seem to excel at, it would have to be reinvention. When their debut Strange House emerged onto the scene, the Gothic sound of it that reeked of Robert Smith’s aura was laughed off by many music fans at the time however these same people…

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