Celebrating its tenth anniversary with this reissue, Charades is enigmatic, wistful, and the ideal foil to the glut of modern pop that surrounds us.
Monthly Archive: September 2014
From its opening bone crunching guitars, ‘Sacrilege’ steps up with a depth and a confidence.
Fusing the sounds of the east and the west with her own unique brand of jazz infused electronica, Sienná’s latest track ‘I Know Why’ is a dreamy wash of sound.
With the sound of americana running deep in its DNA, Three Winks from Jour Majesty delivers with its country tinged folk sounds.
Epic pop rock is Michael Wien’s weapon of choice. Take a step on the Road To Elysium and enjoy the journey.
With her unique blend of country and blues, Cara Smith’s Off I Go is a collection of feel good tunes to get lost in.
Opening with ‘Lights Out In Zap City’, the sound of Americans UK is immediately set as punchy and futuristic with its fluttering synth and twanging guitars.
Melodic instrumental guitar rock is delivered by Arjun in a no holds barred, defiantly expressive fashion.
If the Marxist concept that ‘property is theft’ is anything to go by, then these Well Mannered Thieves are rolling in real estate.
Wonky and brittle, ‘Time To Breathe’ starts off airy and light but shifts almost immediately into an explosion of sound.