Former Echo And The Bunnymen frontman releases a live version of classic track The Killing Moon on 7″ for Record Store Day.
The tenth anniversary of Rounds sees Four Tet’s seminal ‘folktronica’ album reissued in a double vinyl set.
Everything Everything give away part of their soul with their RSD vinyl release of Duet.
For their fourth album, Pedestrian Verse, EbM favourites Frightened Rabbit hit the bullseye dead-centre once again.
There must be something in the water up north; Out Of The Blue is another stellar Scottish single, this time courtesy of indie trio Prides.
Does the demise of Hop Farm herald the beginning of the end for music festivals in England? Are festivals struggling to cope due to the economic climate, or is the marketplace simply leveling off after the last decade’s ‘boom’? More may go under this year, but the idea of what a music festival should be has changed so much in the past 20 years that we’ll never see a return to the Glasto/Reading duopoly of the ’70s and ’80s.
Keaton Henson treats us to another piece of his love-lorn whimsy with his latest single, You. Another Record Store Day exclusive release.
Over-hyped, regressive, derivative, and simply terrible sounding, there’s little to redeem Savages debut album Silence Yourself.
Summer Palace is the new scratchy, rough-as-sandpaper EP from itinerant American song-smith Virgin of the Birds.
A great collection of solid indie-rock from Dutch label Snowstar Records to celebrate their tenth anniversary.