Review: The Golden Grass – Coming Back Again

70s rock revival trio The Golden Grass return with their sophomore album Coming Back Again; a 6 track offering with very little to actually offer. The album kicks off with the lead single ‘Get It Together’, which, despite the band’s psychedelic image and branding, is essentially a poorer version of a Grand Funk Railroad or Allman Brothers…

Review: Victoria+Jean – Divine Love

Unique musical duet, Victoria+Jean, have, according to Pierre Milkaïloff, collaborated with several of “today’s greatest sound engineers” to create their debut album, Divine Love, which they intend to release at the end of April this year. Forming in Brussels, Victoria+Jean, reportedly partnering both musically and romantically, have created their debut album consisting of 12 tracks. Each of the tracks…

Review: Sorority Noise – It Kindly Stopped For Me EP

Following on from their critically acclaimed 2015 album Joy, Departed, Sorority Noise are set to release their new EP It Kindly Stopped For Me. Although their earlier music takes on more upbeat indie rock vibes, you may need to adjust your ears to their new tracks, as the band’s new EP experiments with delicate folk sounds, as…

Review: She Drew The Gun – Memories of the Future

Falling somewhere between PJ Harvey and Beach House, She Drew The Gun have produced a luscious yet powerful debut album. There’s a buzz around this Liverpool artist – they’re the winners of the Glastonbury ‘Emerging Talent’ competition and have been added to the Radio 6 ‘Playlist of the Week’ – and Memories of the Future…

Feature: Top Debut Albums of All Time

No matter how successful an artist or band may later become, their first offering is in many ways the most defining. Here, We Are Unseen pick their all time favourite debuts, and explain what makes them stand out from the crowd. White Lies: To Lose My Life Besides its sombrely uplifting core, what makes To…