Reviews & Features

Sleaford Mods – T.C.R. EP

Nottingham’s finest and filthiest spleen-venters, Sleaford Mods, mark a label leg-up to Rough Trade Records with a solid momentum-seizing five-track EP that reasserts the duo’s hidden-depths.

Thirsty – “The Albatross”

London’s rock noir outfit Thirsty touches down with a bluesy laid-back single.

Las Kellies – Friends & Lovers / Rats On Rafts / De Kift – self-titled

Fire Records casts its global net wide to scoop up two curious and inventive new releases from Argentina and The Netherlands.

Steve Hussey and Jake Eddy – “Into The Ether”

West Virginians Steve Hussey and Jake Eddy aim for direct and authentic Americana songs on upcoming debut album.

Slows – self-titled

Matthew Simms of It Hugs Back and the latter-day line-up of Wire, quietly unveils his first impressive full-length release under his minimalist kosmische alias.

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Interview with TRUE

Switzerland natives Dani and Rico of synth-pop/electronic band TRUE reveal details about their enticing sound, upcoming debut album, and future plans.