A place to bury strangers, NYC loudest rock band (though i'm sure that accolade belongs to Sonic Youth) return with their second LP 'Exploding head' with an emphasis on 'Total sonic annihilation!'. A Place to bury strangers (APTBS) have the uncanny a…view full details.
I found out the other day that one of the dudes from A Place To Bury Strangers not only makes his own effects ped…view full details.
I recall Phil going on & on at me while I was on my extended sanity leave about this band called A Sunny Day in Glasgow. What a shite name I thought, it always rains in Glasgow doesn't it? Then, by chance, we drove through Glasgow on a sunn…view full details.
Like everyone else from the era that sported similar taste in music to me, although I really dug large chunks of '69' by A.R. Kane, I loved 'Suicide Kiss' especially and sat agape as John Peel r…view full details.
I was never a massive fan of Swervedriver but as I've progressed as a human being I've developed a likeness for Adam Franklin's later projects. Ie Toshack Highway (which I thought were ace and I dont know why more people didn't know if their existanc…view full details.
The Distant noise label makes its first foray into 7" vinyl with a Air Formation single that's proper hazy. 'Things That Don't Exist' is jam packed with emotion and for a moment I was reminded of a less raw Jesu. There's plenty of fuzz here for …view full details.
Alice Cohen returns with her second album for Crinoline assisted this time by the newly revived …view full details.
Who would have expected Brad Rose to be making shoegaze/pop tunes? Not I, but he's been doing it, (dream pop stuff that is) with his wife Eden (Apparently a techno head!!! Go girl!!) on vocals. She has a lovely voice and together they conjure up a…view full details.
Digitalis honcho and North Sea dude Brad Rose spends his downtime on this …view full details.
I’ve pulled back the blinds, the sun is streaming through and there is just the faintest glimpse that winter may be fading into a glorious spring. If that event does happen then I know exactly which album I will be sharing it with. First up,…view full details.
I’d heard bits and pieces about this lot from various sources and that name caught my eye being a quite obvious Disco Inferno ref…view full details.
The lads at ATP/R have gone picture disc crazy of late. This week we've a couple of collectable lads in the form of the new Deerhoof 7" (more on that little beauty later) and this fancy deluxe tour single from Autolux. This is the second single fr…view full details.