Laura Marling has announced the release of her fourth album, Once I was an Eagle for May 2013. Details of the new album first came to light during Marling’s US tour, where she explained to NME that it would be a stripped back affair featuring just herself, her producer Ethan Johns (Kings of Leon,Ryan Adams, [...]
Northern-Irish band Two Door Cinema Club release their new album Beacon on the 3rd of September, and as a preview for fans have started streaming it from sound cloud (we have it below for your pleasure). The 3 piece band from Bangor () are still riding on a wave of success following their debut album, [...]
TMO favourites The Futureheads have been working on an accapella album, Rant, which will be released on April 2nd 2012. The band from Sutherland, already well known for their adventurous song structures and harmonies (for example their electrifying version of Kate Bush’s Hounds of Love – released as a single in 2004, and now some [...]
So, recently I wanted to setup a circle on Google+ to put magazines worth following in, and it wasn’t as easy as you might think – to find the magazines that are on Google+ that is, not the actual process of putting them in the circle which is a cinch (see the background to Google+ [...]
Classic American Rock catches Phil Murphy by surprise
The ‘difficult second album’ from Scotland’s Franz Ferdinand.
Earnest American indie-rock fails to impress the harsh-eared Mr Murphy
Michè Fambro, one-man performer, gifted guitarist, and all-round soul-man melts the cynicism from P.M’s hardened ears.
The Monkesy tap their feet drunkenly to this punk-celt band, but remain unmoved the morning after.
Toronto band, From Other Planes, make Phil Murphy listen twice with Halls of Love