Kenny Fame is back with his latest release, Fame Whore, and it’s pop to the max. Business as usual, then.
Monthly Archive: November 2014
Opening with ‘Habanera’, The Tiger Club’s Mephisto Island is a loungey, sprawling set of instrumental tunes that give the impression that the tongue is firmly in its cheek.
Loaded with a strong message, The 99’s ‘Rough Times In America’ stands up and makes its point heard loud and clear.
With his own unique brand of hectic noise electronica, Ickoo’s We, The Enemy is a glitched out slice of noisy fun.
J.P. Kallio is back with his unique blend of country folk, and it’s just as inspiring as ever.
Kicking off with its deliciously pitch shifted vocal sample, ‘See You Smile’ opens Soul Searching confidently.
Opening with ‘The Crash Part 2’, we’re immediately treated to some vintage sounding guitars, creating a rich and sumptuous vibe.
Kicking off with ‘Lullaby’, Snooze Button gives a real ease in to the EPs dancefloor satisfying tunes.
Rasplyn’s Scenes Through the Magic Eye is the debut release on Mythical Records, the experimental music label.
One of the first things that may strike you on listening to Dream Cloud Machine is that their influences are clear.