"Most of the songs are still poppy and stripped with neon, some are brooding with leather and heavy eyeliner." Swimming Girls reviewed by Albert Testani.
"With pop music feeling more and more literal each year, something a little thought-provoking gets exciting." Albert Testani reviews Alaskalaska.
Listening to Alaskalaska "might be one of the trippiest thing you can do legally." Albert Testani previews their show at Rough Trade.
"The minimalist, electronic music of Tirzah is the ‘anti-pop’ of the current moment." Albert Testani reviews Tirzah at Trinity.
"Tirzah’s new tracks feel like the type of love that’s reserved for 3am in a small apartment bedroom," Albert Testani previews Tirzah at Trinity.
"Sharon Van Etten moves and poses across the stage with an unbridled, progressive force." Albert Testani and Jessica Bartolini review her SWX show.
Most singers reflect on the wrongs done to them, but Sharon Van Etten turns the introspection on the listener in a devastating way. Albert Testani previews.
What could have easily been an evening of passive, ethereal crowd swaying sounded more like a cross between a bass-driven DJ set and a rock concert.
San Fransisco-based artist and musician Scott Hansen brings his project Tycho to Bristol's Trinity Centre.
The Menzingers whip their crowds into a beer swilled frenzy with lyrics of imminent nostalgia, shout along choruses and a blend of punk and rock guitar melodies.