James Brinsford


Deerhunter ‘Fading Frontier’ | Album Review

Dark lyrics aside, there's pleasure to be found within the new Deerhunter album.

Metric | Interview

After eighteen years together, it is always warming to hear that a band is still finding experimentation and inspiration among its ranks and it doesn't look there will be any slowing in Metric's creative process.

Low ‘Ones and Sixes’ | Album Review

Over the twenty-plus years that Low have been releasing, they’ve become renowned for their minimalist arrangements and trademark melancholy.

Telepathe ‘Destroyer’ | Album Review

It's a rocky path that’s brought electronic duo Telepathe to the eventual release of their second album ‘Destroyer’.

LA Priest ‘Inji’ | Album Review

What we have with 'Inji' is the result of many encountered influences, all set to what he calls his 'futurist sonic mosaic.

Ducktails ‘St. Catherine’ | Album Review

The fifth outing under his Ducktails pseudonym, there's no doubt that this is Matt Mondanile’s most accomplished and commercial collection so far.

Tune-Yards | Live Review

The mutual affection shared between Tune-Yards and the people of Bristol was once again on show at Motion earlier this month.

ALMA ‘To The Stars’ | Stream

Ahead of their debut mini album, ALMA stream the beautiful and expansive 'To The Stars'.

Joywave’s ‘How Do You Feel Now?’ Sees UK Release

Joywave's 'How Do You Feel Now?' receives a UK release on Polydor this June – two months after it debuted in the US.

Tune-Yards | Preview

A rare opportunity to catch Tune-Yards in the UK, Motion will be hosting one of only three dates in support of 2014 release, ‘Nikki Nack’.