Haunting soundscapes that conjure up misty beaches, abandoned lighthouses, and hulking shipwrecks.
Hearing familiar songs get twisted into sometimes wonderful new shapes makes “I Might Be Wrong” worthwhile.
An understated little gem that deserves far more notice than it’s ever likely to receive.
Halou’s sophomore album is another lovely blend of harsh electronica and 4AD-esque vocals.
This gentle instrumental music is tinged with feelings of regret and melancholy.
A diverse array of musical styles anchored by John Grant’s rich voice and heartbreaking lyrics.
It’s a whole new world, one that contains new discoveries in every track, every minute, every second.
I really enjoyed listening to this record and believe it will have a lot of success… shake your hips!
This feels like a schizophrenic band desperately in need of a psychiatrist to help cure their many personalities.
It’s beautiful and swirling dreamy chords with beautiful female vocals, much like My Bloody Valentine.
Travis have produced an extremely accessible, melodic album.
Arkport is at their best when they ditch the new wave and focus on crafting lazy, atmospheric pop songs.
This is a record for a melancholy autumn spent gazing at unreachable stars.
Like all good collaborations, something new and interesting was forged out of that which was familiar.
There is a great album at the heart of Drukqs. It’s just unfortunate that you have wade through two for it.
My Father My King is ultimately an extremely loud footnote in Mogwai’s history.