Album Review: Peter Kernel – The Size of The Night

Unconventionality seems to be the central theme of Alt-Indie duo Peter Kernel’s fourth release; in terms of defining their genre and predicting the trajectory of their tracks, the pair are hard to pin down. But the unpredictability works: each track is so wildly different from the next, the sequence creates a sharp sense of intrigue…

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: Pale Honey – Devotion

In collaboration with producer Anders Lagerfors at the illustrious Nacksving Studios in Gothenburg – the birthplace of the Swedish band – Pale Honey deliver a powerful narrative on romance, devotion and heartbreak through an infectious blend of musical styles. Although individually distinct in sound, regarding content, each track flows neatly into the next to reveal…

Review: Yo No Say – Inner

Yo No Say’s debut album Get Lost consisted of synthesizers and complex guitar accompaniments; “the music was thick and complex,” one member expressed in a recent press release.  While Toal created the ultimate rock atmosphere with his drumming, band members Feldman, Brightfield, Delgado and McCusker used guitar, bass, and piano to add further layers of…