Antibalas Reviews: Everywhere! (Posted By Harry)

Antibalas

Antibalas in The Sunday Times:: TimeOut :: Metro:: Daily Mirror :: NME Antibalas ‘Antibalas’ (Daptone Recordings) Lots of great reviews coming up for Daptone’s Antibalas. ******************************************************************************************************************************* The Sunday Times ******************************************************************************************************************************* Time Out 4/5 Review Written By Kim Taylor Bennett ******************************************************************************************************************************* Metro 4/5 Review Written Siobhan Murphy ********************************************************************************************************************************   4 Star review in The Daily Mirror … Continue reading

Rodriguez/ NME Film Of The Week (Posted By Harry)

Rodriguez

Rodriguez NME Film of the week.  NME Film Review: Written By Henry Barnes

Hunx And His Punx Reissue (Posted By Harry)

Hunx And His Punx

True Panther Sounds Reissue ‘Gay Singles’. Hunx And His Punx  ‘Gay Singles’ Leftfield-Pop LP/CD                 (TRUE PANTHER SOUNDS) Back in print after 1.5 years, on limited edition (1000) Gold vinyl. …“any excuse to gay things up when it’s this fun and catchy should be cherished. In fact, I’m tearing up my heterosexual membership … Continue reading

Sleepy Sun Announce European Tour (Posted By Harry)

Sleepy Sun (Credit Tom Stone)

Sleepy Sun Announce European Tour Dates. For their third album, the San Francisco psych-rockers hit the button marked “classic” and deliver a killer set of rock songs in the grandest tradition – from Jimi Hendrix, to the Velvet Underground, Black Sabbath to Queens of the Stone Age.” – 4/5 The Times “It’s clear San Francisco … Continue reading

23 Skidoo: 8/10 Review in Uncut (Posted By Harry)

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23 Skidoo in Uncut 23 Skidoo  ‘Seven Songs’ (LTM) Out on 2nd April 2012. LTM is proud to announce a deluxe limited edition double vinyl reissue of Seven Songs, the seminal debut album by 23 Skidoo, originally released in February 1982. Originally released on Fetish Records as a mini album, Seven Songs topped the indie … Continue reading

By The Sea: NME’s Radar Tip Of The Day 118

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By The Sea: NME’s Radar Tip Of The Day 118 By The Sea Dell’orso/ The Great Pop Supplement We’re pleased to announce that By The Sea are NME’s Radar Tip Of The Day. One to watch out for sure. NME Radar Tip Of The Day 118: By The Sea – Matt Wilkinson “By The Sea … Continue reading

Chairlift in The Times (Posted By Harry)

Chairlift- Something (Young Turks)

Chairlift Everyone’s talking about. The Times Chairlift “Something” (Young Turks) Their new album evokes Kate Bush, Talk Talk, Cocteau Twins and fellow New Yorkers MGMT and Yeasayer Why Ambitious, left-field pop is trilling from all corners of the globe at the moment, be it the outlandish melodies of the Belgian-Australian star Gotye or the hypnotic … Continue reading

Dominant Legs in NME’s 10 Best Pop Songs 2011

Dominant Legs (Lefse)

Dominant Legs ‘Hoop of Love’  best pop song 2011 pick in NME 10 Best Pop Songs Of The Year: NME #9 Dominant Legs, ‘Hoop Of Love’ (Lefse) “A massive guitar hooky smile of a song from the sometime compadres of Girls, ‘Hoop..’ sounded like some sort of lost Rough Trade single from the mid 80s, … Continue reading

The Field in NME’s Best Albums Of 2011 (Posted By Harry)

The Field-Looping State Of Mind

The Field #28 in NME‘s Best Albums List 2011 The Field ‘Looping State Of Mind’ (Kompakt) “When attention spans are increasingly shot to pieces, Axle Wilner makes music that circumnavigates the Tumblr-numbed brained, turning instead into some natural, eternal rhythm. On ‘Looping…’ he perfected his style of rich techno fastidiously built from loops of sound. … Continue reading

Walls ‘Coracle’ gets an 8 in NME (Posted By Harry)

Wall 'Coracle' (Kompakt)

Walls in NME Walls ‘Coracle’ (Kompakt) Album Review in NME – 8 “London – based Walls duo Sam Willis and Alessio Natalizia put journos in floatation tanks to experience their new album ‘Coracle’; it was a cunning ruse for a record whose luminous soundscapes are at once alien yet familiar, adding hazy heartbeat rhythms to … Continue reading