Electric Picnic 2014 | 9 | The 1975

There are few pop artists currently around with as fresh a sound as The 1975. This year saw the pop-rockers burst into the mainstream, bringing with them a nostalgic nod to 1980s electro and head-bopping anthems, creating hit song after hit…

Kishi Bashi – Lighght | Review

Lighght exploded into 2014 as the second studio album of Kishi Bashi, the first solo project of Jupiter One founding member Kaoru Ishibashi. No stranger to musical mastery, the multi-instrumentalist has toured as a violinist with the likes…

What If | review

What if you finally met the love of your life, but she was in a happy long-term relationship? What if you wanted nothing more than to tell her how you feel, but her friendship is the only thing keeping you going throughout your…

You Blew it! – You Blue It

If lyrics like ‘I’ve got a twelve-sided dice’ send you into a flurry of teenage reminiscence, then be prepared to reimagine your awkward years with five tracks of carefully crafted nostalgic sensitivity.   An entire EP of Weezer covers is…

Field Mouse | review

With a blend of sugar-sweet melodic lines and unapologetically raw timbres, New York dream poppers Field Mouse release their debut album Hold Still Life later this summer. The album presents itself as homage to the grungier sounds of the…