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A great album from start to finish – every song on it could justifiably argue a case for inclusion on a GGD 'Best Of'' compilation
This is an intriguing, exciting album. Challenging in places, it is less confrontational, less jarring, less experimental noise than earlier material such as debut LP Fetish Bones.
Norfolk Singer-Songwriter releases her stunning debut album Into The Wilderness
Look, I know I am biased but this album is an instant classic. Buy it. Better yet, go see Marc and band, supported by the very marvellous Carol Hodge, at Voodoo Daddy’s on 16th July then buy it. You will not be disappointed.
Destined to be one of the standout albums of 2022, make sure you catch Beabadoobee at Reading and Leeds Festival this summer, or at the Nick Rayns LCR here in Norwich on October 8th. This is going to be the year of Beatopia.
Although the intention of the album was to feel the experience of driving through a tunnel, Heart Under takes you to so many other places (some of which you’d rather keep locked away). It’s a terrific second album.
C’mon You Know is Gallagher's best album thus far
By the end of my first listen to ‘From 2 to 3’, it became clear that the band have crafted a soundscape that is uniquely theirs.
I implore you to explore this album for yourself and become immersed in this new fairytale world Welch has created with this Dance Fever character. I for one don’t see myself leaving it anytime soon.
On this album, Peaness don’t do many thing particularly new but by heck they do it well and the songwriting is of an exceptional standard.
The singer-songwriter’s sixth album is an immersive collection of songs, wrestling with trauma both collective and personal in an increasingly destabilising world and will be the greatest record you’ll hear this year.
The album closes with a piano and the sound of rain in 'Saint Michael'. Retrospective and atmospheric rather than apostolic in its tone,
These guys can play – hell, these guys can play – but, like the very best math-rock, prog and jazz, technique never takes precedence over the song.
From start to finish this is an absolute peach of an album, a juicy slice of post-punk, pop perfection.
If you are not already familiar with the work of Susanna Wallumrød (or, come to that, Charles Baudelaire) I would implore you to give 'Elevation' a listen. It is most certainly an album that is all that I cannot leave behind.
Alluvium's sense of fluidity and pace continues in the cinematic harpsichord-led title track, whilst 'Earth' creates a distinctly retro revisitation of Colin Blunstone on a 1970's Alan Parsons concept album
The day is finally here…Isle of Wight’s most of exciting new band have delivered an album that does not fall short of expectations.
Another cracking album and I can’t wait to see ‘em blast it out live.
it is almost as though the listener has been taken on their own enlightening journey of discovery as well.
....have created a sound that is wholly their own and it is IMMENSE.