Morphing a soundscape that captures emotive connotations and showcases an extraordinary knowledge of music, SUPERTWIN relishes in celebratory noise with their latest record, ‘Fortress’.
Capturing the spirit of warmth, love, and haze like 35mm film, The World Is Racing is a devotion to confession. From cajon and bongo hits to guitars that wash over the soundscapes like waves to shimmering synths to palatial vocals, Arrange creates an atmosphere that delivers brightness while purging darkness.
It seems the only way to leave Earth is through dance. Australian producer JUNO MAMBA creates a meditative gateway with his project, Light Echoes.
A twisted, churning hum gives way to blast beats and London’s own Pupil Slicer have their hand clasped around your throat.
Nobody ever expected UK Metalcore giants Architects to release another album. Once Tom Searle, the acclaimed heartbeat of the band, passed away in 2016 it was hard to imagine them carrying on.
With a vocal approach at times comparable to Get The Shot or Converge, and instrumentation drawing inspiration from the likes of The Dillinger Escape Plan and Every Time I Die, 'Joy' commands your attention from the moment you press play.
With Tim Hecker's most recent release, the beauty of woodwinds and strings fading in and out of a pulsing synth provides all the depth needed for him to withdraw into simplicity. Our review of 'Konoyo'.
Melting the icy remnants of the past, Blue Hour, the second full-length from Los-Angeles based duo Ruby Haunt, is an album that does exactly what you need it to.