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Chan Marshall has been recording for over a decade as Cat Power. She has incrementally announced herself to the world through increasingly dramatic releases. Her talent has a two-pronged dimension to it. She not only writes great compositions but also […]
In case you are confused this is not The Hotels from the UK, this is in fact Hotels from the US. So goes the itsy bitsy ironic piece on Hotels myspace bulletin board anyway and who are we to argue. […]
I would have posted this about a year ago had it not been for its omnipresence around the world of the blog. With the gushing noise almost abated it seems appropriate to reintroduce the majestic globe of activity that is […]
Not how its sounds, more how it looks in a Sugababes type of way.
In many ways ‘Between 10th And 11th’ is the Charlatans great lost album. Coming as it did after the baggy trip of ‘Some Friendly’ many fans seemed thrown by its more traditional reliance on guitars as opposed to Rob Collins […]
You can forget Dean Windass and his legendary pouch, Blackbud are about to become the biggest thing ever to come kicking and screaming out of Bradford. With songs such as the treasureable ‘Heartbeat’ their future looks particulary rosy. The essential […]
The brothers Wilkinson could be another Snow Patrol (in a Reindeer Section kinda way) waiting to happen. Coming from the same part of the globe and bulging at the seems with songs that get under skin in the nicest possible […]
If I’d heard this about 10 years ago I would have scoffed at its inoffensiveness, missing the main argument of the heavenly slumber that is the wonderful vocal melodies. There are no elaborate guitar sequences, just pretty stay in the […]
First a little background on this Montreal collective. They take their lead from Arcade Fire members Richard Reed Parry and violinist Sarah Neufeld. Their astonishing album ‘Recording A Tape the Colour of the Light’ was recorded simultaneously with ‘Funeral’ and […]
Can’t beat a good old electronic wigout to clear out the nostrils of any excess indiepop. And Londoners the Egg can generally perform this duty with aplomb. Getting a bit of notice lately have the lads, mostly for ‘Walking Away’s […]
You can boil the genius of Alan McGee’s Creation Records down to a handful of artists. The House of Love would certainly be included in this select group. Borne out of the vocal/songwriting talent of Guy Chadwick and Terry Bickers […]