Review: And So I Watch You From Afar – The Endless Shimmering

It is, undoubtedly, a good sign when you realise that you have listened to an album three times on repeat, in one sitting. A sequence that can lift the mood in any room, ‘The Endless Shimmering’ certainly helped me in navigating across the seemingly endless sea of job applications that waits at the end of…

Review: Fallow Land – Pinscher

The overall impression that the latest release from artistic collaboration Fallow Land will garner is one of disappointment. In a similar vein to the scream-drenched emo genre that dominated the 2000s, the artistic duo, comprised of Whitaker Fineberg and Evan Veasey, attempt to experiment with rock by merely injecting the occasional post-track tangent throughout the…

Review: Mt. Wolf – Aetherlight

Ezra Koenig once said that the only thing Vampire Weekend agreed on when starting out was that they would not become a Trip hop band; so derivative a genre was it, that they decided they had more dignity than that. Listening to Mt. Wolf’s second album you only wish this band would have come to a similar conclusion. Following the departure of singer Kate Sproule, the band has decided to continue as a…