This release marks the third wave in a blinding trilogy from Lionface. Serving as a reminder that pop can be dark, unapologetic and filthy.
United Ghosts have trimmed the fat since last years debut - 'Dear Electric Sun' brings a smokey blend of honeyed vocal cords, loose riffs and crispy synths.
This month sees some cracking albums, EPs and singles from Weaves, Wolf Alice, Rise Bristol, Bully, Nasty Little Lonely, Julien Baker and more.
Most tracks on the second Joanna Gruesome record clock-in around the two-minute mark, speaking volumes of their swift, lo-fi, pop-punk ideology.
While a sense of déjà vu hangs heavy it is hard to deny the quality of the material here.
Velcro Hooks tease us with the first taste of what's to come in 2016.
Emily Breeze is back with the long-awaited Candy Darling single, ‘Money’.
The whole experience is one that blurs into the subconscious, those four-tracks simply becoming one single piece that ends all to abruptly. There's a masterful sense that each song is simply building slowly into the next, testing the listener’s resolve for a final triumphant decree of noise.
Bridges seem to get stronger with every release, and their latest one doesn't buck the trend.
Some cracking releases this month across the board with albums from Courtney Barnett, CHVRCHES, Iceage, Beach House and more.