Review: Bob Holroyd – The Cage

Composer, Producer and all-round virtuoso Bob Holroyd returns once more to the cinematic and music scenes with his latest album release. Its title offers a slight glimpse into the emotionally dense, and somehow synthetic nature, of the compositions ensnared within it. Having collaborated with Cold Cut & Four Tet as well as having featured in…

Album Review: Soho Rezanejad – Six Archetypes

Six Archetypes immerses itself into the Jungian fabric of universal consciousness and remains there, cocooned and fully exposed simultaneously. With intelligence and a breadth of musical and philosophical knowledge, solo artist Soho Rezanejad weaves an oxymoronic concept of collective inner-character and a comment on the individual’s most inescapable traits. Throughout the LP listeners are ushered…

Review: Lomelda – Interstate Vision

Over Elliott Smith-esque strums of a guitar, Read’s high-reaching vocals force an empathetic gaze to remain as she weaves high and low throughout ‘From Here’ & ‘Thx’ – among others. Through vigorous octave changes, her dynamic yet feathery voice slices through various instrumentals and pushes itself to the front of the crowd. The content of…

Feature: Nick Hakim – Green Twins

After three years of anticipation, D.C’s Nick Hakim has released debut album Green Twins.   The Berklee College attenders’ previous work on the ‘Where Will We Go’ projects were tranquilising and comforting efforts; as would be expected from a Music Therapy student. In conversation with NME, Hakim said these previous EPs make you ‘feel like you’re…