Category: Album Reviews

Irene Skylakaki releases 4th album, a gift, a journey a – ‘Souvenir’.

Greece’s resident uber-cool, singer-songwriter Irene Skylakaki has been generating a lot of interest this year and deservedly so. She’s released a string of highly successful and distinctive singles over the past few months including the haunting sounds of ‘Sutherland Avenue’, the hypnotic synths of ‘Dreamy’ and the piano-led  ‘Souvenir’, solidifying her sound and making her …

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Scott Helman unveils nostalgia fuelled album series – Nonsuch Park (sa)

Warner Music Canada’s Scott Helman has released his highly anticipated album series – Nonsuch Park (sa), sweetly named after the Sutton based park he used to visit with his family as a child. An album oozing with nostalgia, NonSuch Park marks for a rather sentimental, poignant moment in Scott’s musical journey so far and brings …

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glue70 releases lofi, chillhop, soul infused album – ‘2070’.

After plenty of hints, teasers and tasters Manchester based glue70 has finally unveiled his 4th album, the 12-track, Lofi, Chill Hop, Soul infused -‘2070’. A project that contains a variety of genres, glue70 expertly flows through alternative R&B, House, Hip Hop, Jazz to Rap. Basically, this album is the full package and containing a whopping …

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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘We Choose Pretty Names’ by Kermes

Hailing from the Leicester DIY scene, Kermes serve a healthy chunk of discord and clashing noise to suitably introduce ‘I Wanna Be Yr Sometimes’. It’s a frank opener to their debut album, ‘We Choose Pretty Names’, and it’s a precursor for the no holds barred, unreserved psyche that the quartet have built their record upon. …

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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Great Big Blue’ by Geowulf

“Life can give you lemons… Geowulf make bittersweet, fizzy pop with them. Geowulf’s debut album, ‘Great Big Blue‘ screams shimmering production, relatable words and contagious melodies. In a glisteningly sleek record, Geowulf dance in a deceptively dream-like state with the ironic merriness of Belle and Sebastian, clashing with the summery, whimsical reverberated sways of Beach House.“

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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Tell Me What You See’ by 31hours

‘Tell Me What You See’ opens us up to a whole new era of innovative, unconventional and pleasurably odd psychedelic rock. It’s evident through the band’s 13-track debut album that 31hours have established their position between afro-pop, space rock and the accompanying electronic and folk-like genres.

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