Category: Record

11.03.2015

Y Niwl continue to play their own brand of instrumental surf rock on their fourth release, appropriately titled “Y Niwl 4”.  With a blend of tremolo-ridden guitars, driving lo-fi drums, and simple infectious bass lines, this four piece from North […]

20.02.2015

This record’s biggest task is not to disappoint too much. Coexist, though, really doesn’t disappoint at all. Romy Madley Croft, Oliver Sim and Jamie Smith may have stuck close to the template of their first album – Coexist is yet another barely there […]

10.01.2015

4 MEGA GENIUSES, TAKING THE WORLD BY STORM,  ONE PODCAST AT A TIME.  MIOS DIOS WHAT DO WE HAVE TO OFFER? SOME STUFF, AND SOME THINGS, AND SOME GIGGLES?! YES! MANY GIGGLES! WIGGLY HAPPY SMILEY GIGGLES.  WHAT?! WILL WE GET […]