Category Archive: album

Album Review: Joey Fourr, TO THE FLOORR

Chloe Mayne checks out the debut longplayer from London-based odd-pop darlings Joey Fourr: Joey Fourr come across as one of those hidden gem-bands that pass evening after evening holed up in small and musty… Read More

Review: Mini Mansions, The Great Pretenders

Chloe Keung considers the sophomore longplayer from the Los Angeles based three-piece: Mini Mansions is strange pop. They are the alternative history of The Beatles with modern technology: ‘British Beat’ music of the… Read More

Album review: Alison Wonderland – Run

Annastasia Robertson checks out the debut longplayer from Sydney-based Alison Wonderland: Let me set a scene for you: it’s Halloween, I’m at a university party, I don’t really have a clue as to what’s… Read More

Music Review: Gang of Youths – The Positions

Sydney’s Gang of Youth’s debut LP, The Positions, probably isn’t what you’d expect of the group. The album chronicles frontman David Le’aupepe’s relationship with a woman who had a terminal illness, and his thoughts… Read More

Review: East India Youth, Culture Of Volume

Bobby Townsend considers the sophomore LP from London-based East India Youth: When William Doyle, better known as East India Youth, dropped his solo debut, Total Strife Forever, in January 2014, it was deservedly nominated… Read More

Album review: Apostille, Powerless

Chloe Mayne checks out the new LP from Glasgow’s DIY electro magician, which hits the shelves later this month. Here’s the lowdown on it: Apostille is the solo stepping-out of musician and DIY protagonist Michael Kasparis,… Read More

Album review: Shlohmo – Dark Red

Liana Gow-Killingbeck checks out the new offering from the LA-based producer: I stumbled across Henry Laufer, aka Shlohmo, by chance late one wintery evening in 2011 while wrapped up in my blankets, blazed… Read More

Review: Death Grips, that powers that b

Chloe Mayne checks out the epic new record from Sacramento-based industrial electro-hoppers Death Grips: My relationship with Death Grips feels like it’s in an odd sort of flux. Ever since the day that… Read More

Review: The Prodigy, The Day Is My Enemy

Somethingyousaid.com’s Chloe Mayne considers the latest offering from the UK legends: I feel as though I should definitely preface this humble sliver of sonic opinion by saying that I’m no Prodigy diehard. If I had… Read More

Album Review: Tobias Jesso Jr, Goon

Tobias Jesso Jr is the tall, scruffy, dark-haired musician who could be mistaken for Neil Gaiman at a brisk glance. He is a sweet Canadian singer-songwriter who finds comfort behind a guitar, but… Read More

Album review: Prins Obi, Notions

Chloe Mayne checks out the gorgeous debut record from Greek musician and neo-psychedelic gem Prins Obi: Prins Obi is the adopted moniker of Greek musician George Dimakis. Not only is Dimakis a member of… Read More

Album Review: Macajey, Let’s Go

Anyone who bases a portion of their musical direction down the road of the Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are already gets major props from us. That is exactly what Californian-born, Estonian-based… Read More