"A mesh of industrial twangs and crunches build a patchwork wall of sound, whilst an omnipresent kick drum thunders." Andrew Kilpatrick reviews Giant Swan.
"Giant Swan's approach to techno can be described as more like that of a live band." Andrew Kilpatrick previews Giant Swan at The Loco Klub.
"It felt like watching a group of multi-talented artists forming a collective." Andrew Kilpatrick and Lee Ramsey review Tinariwen.
"The band showed they could rely on melody as much as kinetic power to control the already-baying crowd." Andrew Kilpatrick reviews Yak at Exchange.
"What Tinariwen creates is an African sounding, sand-washed rock and folk with a blues atmosphere." Andrew Kilpatrick previews Tinariwen.
"Their music is peppered with moments of horns, psychedelic effects, and a driving, groovy rhythm section." Andrew Kilpatrick previews Yak at Exchange.
"The music lurched, dripped and flowed between styles and genres." Andrew Kilpatrick reviews the lounge sounds of Jerkcurb at Rough Trade.
"South London’s Jerkcurb seems to be finding his own winning formula." Andrew Kilpatrick previews Jerkcurb at Rough Trade.
"Floating and cinematic guitar lines, and impassioned vocal performances." Andrew Kilpatrick and Michael Brumby review Emma Ruth Rundle at Exchange.
"If you’re into the more abrasive side of singer-songwriter music, music intent on challenging rather than placating," Emma Ruth Rundle is for you. Andrew Kilpatrick previews.
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