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Pinky Pinky are a young trio from Los Angeles who grew up together as childhood friends and this closeness transfers into their music with new release Turkey Dinner, their debut long-player after a couple of well-received EPs.
The music is the classic NMA mix of punk, post-punk, folk, metal and soul but is also thoroughly contemporary and timeless
Exciting solo performances from each player demonstrate Nérija's collaborative ethic, and the breadth of individual talent within this scintillating project.
A brilliantly brave debut.
‘What’s Inside Is Just More Than Just Ham’ is an impressively composed first effort from Coventry quintet, Feet.
Hannigan's typically sparse and ethereal folk compositions into a sonic panorama that is nothing short of alchemic.
This is a thoroughly original, utterly enthralling album that deserves a place in your collection.
Jesse Mac Cormack's album debut arrives as a work of scorching atmosphere, panoramic tumbling melodies and vast lyrical spaces
A month and dozens of plays after I first heard it, it just keeps getting better.
Roseate, is undoubtedly the strongest track of the entire album, a powerful mission statement that begins with harp and ethereal vocals and builds to a surging conclusion, complete with pounding drum machine, synth and strings.
I’d rather listen to something unutterably awful - so bad that it makes me want to rip my ears off - than something that is merely okay. For better or worse, Sleeper’s first album in 21 years is, well, okay.
On first impressions, Pizzatramp are one of those bands that play at a billion miles an hour with no finesse or sense of melody. That impression is wrong.
At times difficult but, also, at times, utterly brilliant.
Lisa Redford's new EP kicks off in bright, confident style
All in all, another noteworthy collection
When You're Ready emerges as one of the most impressive and accessible of debut albums
Norwich's Nic Norton returns with another engaging and original collection
The fifteen - mostly instrumental - songs have their roots in old school English folk