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Roo Panes
Quiet Man

He might be a quiet man, but is he as quiet as Jon Krasinski was in A Quiet Place? The answer is a resounding no, folks: Roo Panes sings songs, and no matter how soft they may be, they are nonetheless audible. Like Bon Iver shot through a lush environment and a bunch of pretty intense arrangements, Panes has made a record of emotional fanfare ju...view item »

Whyte Horses
Empty Words

“Too much of anything’s too much”, sing psychedelic ironists Whyte Horses as they jangle their way to a record that I estimate is about the 5000th record of this ident I’ve reviewed for this record store. This is what everyone - ever - happens to do, and Whyte Horses have very much come in at the end of the Too Much trans...view item »

Mt. Wolf
Aetherlight

Big music alert! It’s big and glistening and made of tough unmoveable bronze; it’s euphoric and you’re in a big boat watching the Northern lights move about. Mt. Wolf, alive with the glory of a pop version of post-rock, enhanced with computer sounds, have made ‘Aetherlight’ an overdriven experience that builds in ma...view item »

Whyte Horses & St. Barts Choir
St. Barts Choir perform Pop or Not (the music of Whyte Horses)

Earlier this year Manchester’s Whyte Horses released made a psych-pop album called Pop or Not. Then they got together with the choir of Haslemere primary school St. Bartholemew’s and re-did the whole thing, but with the kids singing. My cockles, consider them warmed. Out as LP and CD in December. It is prece...view item »

Whyte Horses
Pop Or Not

Mancunian crate digger Dom Thomas is in charge of thee Whyte Horses, a band who craft loose pop vignettes like they’re planets doing their own thing in an overarching galaxy.;“Pop Or Not” is an ickle slice of psychedelic Mercury, and it moves onto “The Snowfalls” like it’s the slightly bigger Venus. Mixing in ...view item »

Roo Panes
Paperweights

Contemporary folk-inspired pop (or is it pop-inspired folk?) from the heart of rural Dorset. Roo Panes follows up last year’s debut Little Giant with Paperweights, a collection of 10 tracks that probe “a place of deep personal expression [while] resonating with universal truths and values”, vi...view item »

Gold Sounds
Home Schooled

GOLD SOUNDS HOME SCHOOLED EPGold Sounds are a London based 5 piece that have been bubbling away on the London scene for a couple of years now, and just released their first EP. Although their name has more than a nod to 'Pavement', their sound is firmly in 'The Shins' camp, weaving melodies around the vocals of lyricist and front man George Nap...view item »

Roo Panes
Little Giant

Earnest and heartfelt singer-songwritering here from Dorset-born Roo Panes (is that his real name?), 'Little Giant' steers clear of fashions and fads to deliver some beautiful nimbly fingerpicked guitar and Panes's rich, clear voice commanding the listener's attention with some intuitive, emotional folkpop, gently augmented by soft female backin...view item »

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