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What type of -wave is this? The type that a graphic designed and a synthesiser lover make. Dense atmospherics overlaid with the deadpan delivery that reaches all the way back to Joy Division. are well practiced in dynamics and are adept at delivering a pointy gut punch when needed....view item »

Gold Class
It’s You

I don’t know about you but late at night when I’m fighting to get to sleep I like to pretend that I’m walking around Manchester in the rain.  The kind of music that would soundtrack this pretend walking would be the sort of music Gold Class make. They sit somewhere in between the Smi...view item »

The Recognitions

Coming out whiffing as much of Beach House as Zola Jesus, the latest album of New York’s Exitmusic (Aleksa Palladino and Devon Church, who is not a church in Devon but a person) also carries the dramatic and uneasy scent of the duo’s recent divorce. Wailed and repitched vocals are st...view item »

Odonis Odonis
No Pop

Stark stuff here on Odonis Odonis’ fourth album release. The set-up for the No Pop recording sessions was sparse, with just a basic array of synths and drum machines ...view item »

Soviet Soviet

There’s days in your life when you need a guy yelling at you through a megaphone. And for those days, there will always be Soviet Soviet. With the vocals laced over heavily reverbing guitars, these Italians sound like they warbled the essence of post-punk to create something even more apocalyptical, especially on their 201...view item »

Gold Class

Foghorn-voiced rockers Gold Class are the latest band to go through a break up and write an album about it. But that's fine as safe relationships do not good music make  - see also Paul McCartney, Sting. I described their last album as the sound of standing outside a punk club...view item »


I'm always interested to listen to these albums supposedly influenced by Pale Saints, Ride, Slowdive etc but that are primarily synth based. This second album by the Australian band is lush chill wave that is pleasant in a sort of hypnogogic way but I can...view item »

Public Memory
Veil Of Counsel

Public Memory make a shuffling kind of music out of slithering bass tones, slow-swaggering drum machines and Thom Yorkie vocals, all put through a dubbed-up and tripped-out production style. Veil Of Memory is a three track EP that sonically stands in between last year’s debut album and their forth...view item »

New Spirit

I was listening a tune from this latest missive from ever mutating shapeshifting Australian crew PVT (formerly Pivot) and well…I just didn’t know what to think. But it turns out that listening to it for awhile and getting my head inside what they were doing it all started to make sense.   Open...view item »

Soviet Soviet

"Windswept Indie Swoop" said our description writer clonking the nail fully on the noggin'.  Soviet Soviet are actually from Italy (never!) and produce the kind of dark swirling gothy rock that was made by men with really long raincoats in the early '80s. On opener 'Fairy Tale' the rhythm section is pure ...view item »

On The Legs of Love Purified

Chasms are a duo of Shannon Madden and the remarkably monikered Jess Labrador. They have here retrieved a kind of dark gothy shoegaze that reminds me of what it must have been like to be miserable in 1984. 'Black Ice' sounds like if the Cocteau Twins discovered dry ice. It's all swirly and harmonic but has big...view item »

Ritual Howls
Into The Water

Detroit three-piece Ritual Howls make a dark country goth sound with a widescreen view. Their third album, Into The Water, brings you rumbling, distorted bass and controlled feedback over synths and drum machines that provide the platform for Paul Bancell’s deep, growling voice. Nightmarish and grisly but with a p...view item »

Soviet Soviet

Soviet Soviet, who are, curiously enough, an Italian band, created and self-released the tracks on Nice as a variety of singles from 2008 onwards: they they were digitally compiled in 2011, and now they are at last pressed to wax together. This is the band’s earliest ma...view item »

Odonis Odonis
Post Plague

Odonis Odonis smashed the radar with 2011s Hollandaze which was a bizarre blend of lo-fi shoegaze with punk aggression. Post Plague shows similar genrte bending and smashing, with Nine Inch Nails and Laibach industrial groove and dark brute force, with the impassioned vocal scr...view item »

Ashley Shadow
Ashley Shadow

Having previously worked with Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Lightning Dust and The Organ, Ashley Shadow is now ready to make her debut as a solo artist. This self-title album contains 9 songs that are lyrically grounded in Shadow’s experiences with ma...view item »

Public Memory
Wuthering Drum

Very hard to pin down vocal electronica from Public Memory. On Wuthering Drum abrasive electronic textures, hip-hop drums and neoclassical piano are all held together by Robert Toher’s melancholic vocals and lyrics of alienation. A thoughtful and minimal record with a trip-hop sensibility. CD and vinyl LP ...view item »

Service Industry

Service Industry is the new album from Brooklyn duo, Lushes. It is a raw rock record which ditches the moments of serenity from their first album, What Am I Doing, in favour of focusing on the primal and visceral aspects of guitar and drums. The album was recorded and mixed by long-time Sonic Youth...view item »

Jane’s Lament

It’s not often I’m impressed but in deciding what on earth we could review this week I chanced upon the opening track of this album by Sydney duo Au.Ra which is immediately ear friendly. It’s kind of like the House of Love covering PIL’s ‘Public Image Lim...view item »

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