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Album review: Lovvers – ‘OCD Go Go Go Girls’

Lovvers’ debut proper – the seven-track ‘Think’ only lasts 13 minutes, so that doesn’t count – is barely a record. It’s more an aural...

Album Review: Martin Newnham – ‘City Folk’

Enough ear-stinging, lo-fi blare. Enough, too, of this post-future dubstep conjured by anonymous ghouls with planets for eyes and jet engines where their hearts...

Album Review: My Toys Like Me

It’s about time a band left their recording studio having grasped the importance of restraining synths without relying entirely on software like Reason. MTLM...

Album review: Amid Concrete And Callousness

If it’s hard to actually love this deranged EP then you have to admire the gumption of its creators. Having presumably sold off their...

Album Review: Darker My Love – ‘2’

The thing with me… I can’t stick musicians,” The Fall’s Mark E Smith once said of the ever-changing nature of his band dynamic. And...

Classic album covers as Penguin paperbacks

  Bjork's album 'Debut' (1993), reimagined as a dog-eared Penguin paperback novel. A variety of classic albums are being photoshopped in this way in Littlepix's...

Album review: The Legends – ‘Over And Over’

Justifying his title, Johan Angergård has conquered genres from Motown to C86 on past albums. ‘Over And Over’ sees the Swede’s machete take its...

Album review: Storey – ‘Streets Will Fold’

Chris Martin is the Alan Sugar of the weepy acoustic world, swapping Amstrads for reverb, and warbling ‘Fix You’ at Margaret. However, unlike Sir...

Album review: Set Your Goals – ‘This Will Be The Death Of Us’

Marketing something as ‘pop-punk’ conjures many connotations, none positive. Polarised in concept and design, the genre pits pop’s plastic simper against the grimace of...

Album review: Ochre -‘Like Dust Of The Balance’

IDM cult master Christopher Leary, the man behind Ochre, is back with a new offering of his dreamy ambience. It’s full of shimmering electronics,...
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