We Are Unseen and 2016: A review of the year in music

Writers reflect on the musical happenings that took place over the last twelve months, and discuss the impact which certain events have made on music fans.

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Review: Cinders Ensemble – Lonely Eskimo

Texas chamber ensemble Cinders have returned after more than a decade of no recording with Lonely Eskimo, a traditional chamber music approach which incorporates some interesting post-rock stylings. The record is comprised mainly of sombre, orthodox tunes which are incredibly polished. Despite being their first release in 15 years, the album irritatingly errs on the…

Review: Snow Angel – Snow Angel

Psychedelic Pop band Snow Angel is known for unique instrumental accompaniments, high energy rhythms and lyrics that celebrate love, friendship and positivity. In December, this six piece girl band release their debut eponymously-named album following the success of their single on vinyl, released early 2015. It consists of 11 tracks featuring lead vocals and electric…

Review: Gigi Rowe – Hello Gigi Rowe

Miami-based singer-songwriter Gigi Rowe has recently emerged into the music scene and brought the world to its feet with her upbeat vibrant pop music. Her debut EP Hello Gigi Rowe is the fun, feel good EP we were all hoping for. Her use of popping synth beats and catchy pop melodies makes her music anthems…