Review: Feverbones – Dream Talk

Fans of Bombay Bicycle Club and the Maccabees will not want to miss the latest release from this indie-pop trio, full of captivating, cloudy, layered vocals, interweaving, intricate guitar melodies and drum beats, and tasteful synth. This sophomore release injects evocations of summer to this rainy April with ten immersive, hazy tracks that explore the…

Review: Lowlight – Born to Run

Born to Run is the new EP from Lowlight –  the established synth-indie band hailing from New Jersey, currently touring the US East Coast with rock and rollers The Pretenders. This female fronted five-piece released their first album Where Do We Go From Here in 2016, and the band carry the true and unique sound…

Review: Dreamend – Dreamend

After a six year hiatus, Dreamend graces expectant listeners with a plethora of extensively experimental tracks with its eponymous album. The solo creation of Ryan Graveface, Dreamend thrives on the alternative, the unrestricted, and – now – the experimental. From the project’s inception, Graveface has created music which reputedly ‘bounced from post-rock, to shoegaze, to…