Jesuits ‘Carpet Floors’ | Premiere

Following on from the excitement created by their string of live shows, Bristol's Jesuits are finally releasing their debut single 'Carpet Floors'.

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.
Releases

Releases of the Month // October

Behold the longer, autumnal evenings flying by, with October's Releases of the Month.

Robin Mitchell ‘Solid Gold / My Next Song’ | Mixtape Review

Is lo-fi anything to get excited about? It is when it’s as earnest and well-crafted as Robin Mitchell’s newest mixtape.

The Black Keys ‘Turn Blue’ | Album Review

Turn Blue is mellower than its forebears, with winding melodies and a blunt edge of psychedelia rounding off their typical style of ramshackle rock and roll.

Health ‘Death Magic’ | Album Review

If you’re looking for a typically breezy summer album, then HEALTH’s ‘Death Magic’ doesn’t immediately come to mind.

Daggers & Waves ‘Wayward Lines’ | EP Review

After many lineup changes Daggers And Waves finally took to J&J's mixing desks, and 'Wayward Lines' tells us that they've certainly made the most of the experience.

Sleaford Mods ‘Key Markets’ | Album Review

How do you critique a Sleaford Mods record? A record that in its essence doesn’t need to be analysed, nor gives f*ck what you think?

Pixies – ‘Indie Cindy’ | Album Review

For years now, Pixies fans have been eagerly awaiting the bands first release since 1991's Trompe Le Monde, and now that time has finally arrived. With a little help from producer Gil Norton, the their fifth full-length record, Indie Cindy has arrived.

Hello Lazarus – Self Titled | EP Review

Released: 2nd April 2011 was busy for Hello Lazarus, various UK tours, festival slots and  a number of releases has shot them into the local...

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