Review: The Chairman Dances – Child of My Sorrow

Child of My Sorrow greets the listener with an atmospheric, almost magical, sequence beginning, a triumphant start crafted with soft-scaled pianos and synths – the like of which can be detected in the band’s August single release “Acme Parking Garage”, which itself supplies an auditory feast of curiousness. Jangly indie guitar melodies suddenly disrupt the…

Review: Ruston Kelly – Dying Star

On the surface, Ruston Kelly’s first full-length offering may be dismissed as just another cliché country release – Kelly’s southern twang dominates the unfailingly catchy tracks, which are backed predominantly by guitar and harmonica, with the odd mention of Texas thrown in for good measure. But dig a little deeper and Kelly’s heart-wrenching personal stories…

News: Satellite Stories release new album

The Finnish Indie Pop troupe that is Satellite Stories has recently stormed into the music realm with its shimmering ten track comeback Cut Out By The Lights. Heralded by rave single reviews from the likes of CLASH magazine – critics for which have praised the singular release of “Coupons” as ‘ridiculously infectious’ – the album…