Category: Reviews

Zander Hawley

Beautiful melodies, honest lyrics, remarkable voice. 20-year-old LA-born Zander Hawley‘s debut album “When I Get Blue” is definitely a piece of art that you should add to your current playlist. “When I Get Blue” is out on Friday May 12 – the new single “Until…

The Entire Universe

This year we had to deal with a lot of devastating and saddening news, with the loss of amazing artists and with shocking political decisions. To cut a long story short 2016 wasn’t a good year for most of us – it was rather lousy.…

Beach Baby – No Mind No Money

Many have triumphantly (and somewhat prematurely) celebrated “the death of guitar indie” recently. Since the emergence of The Strokes in the early 2000s, the alternative music scene has become ever more saturated with guitar-laden, catchy, indie pop. In recent years, the music business has produced…

Lutz Rode – ‘High’ video premiere

We’ve been waiting for a long time and therefore we’re very happy to announce that Lutz Rode is back and we’re here to celebrate the official video premiere of his new song “High”, a forerunner of wonderful tracks to come. “I’m not trying to create…

Monday Tramps – ‘When Days Turned Hollow’ Review

Munich based rockers Monday Tramps have their debut album “When Days Turned Hollow” coming out on August 7. The album begins with ‘Prelude’. In-your-face, romantic, psychedelic, raw… all words that would describe the brilliant way Monday Tramps decided to start their first album. A startling…

Ezra Furman

‘Your body is yours at the end of the day, and don’t let the hateful try and take it away’ – Ezra Furman’s «Perpetual Motion People» takes you on a journey Ezra Furman & The Boyfriends’ second LP, and first release to London’s Bella Union,…

Phoebe Bridgers – Killer EP Review

Although only 20 years old, Phoebe Bridgers has already played the Indie & Folk venues of Los Angeles for a few years. After graduating from Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA) in 2014, she has quickly seized the chance to reach a…

Eliot Sumner

Eliot Sumner. She makes you feel every word she sings. Eliot Sumner is definitely coming into her own. Departing from her days as ‘I Blame Coco’, her sound has matured into something more developed and intricate, transitioning a bit from her Electro-Pop persona. Pulling inspiration…

Carl Barât & The Jackals

Carl Barât & The Jackals Scala, London Things have become pretty busy around Carl Barât recently. The Libertines reunion, followed by the album release of his new band Carl Barât & The Jackals – and lots of live shows… with both bands! After having seen…