Tag Archive: Bon Iver

Ásgeir – Was There Nothing? (single) (One Little Indian)

Following the release of his widely acclaimed debut English language album – a Sound Advice favourite of 2013 – In The Silence (read our review), Icelandic sensation Ásgeir is set to release Was… Continue reading

Spring Offensive – Hengelo (single) (self-released)

It’s no secret that, here at Sound Advice, we’re big fans of the Oxford, indie-rock quintet, Spring Offensive. Back in March last year we reviewed “No Assets”. Entangled with the band’s indie-rock styling… Continue reading

Ásgeir – In The Silence (album) (One Little Indian)

It would seem that in 2013 Iceland is certainly the hotbed for emotive soundscapes, be it the latest Sigur Ros album, ‘Kveikur’ or the stunning, breakthrough album from Ólafur Arnalds, ‘For Now I Am… Continue reading

Port St. Willow – Holiday (album) (Downtown Records)

Although it’s only March, and despite the fact the record was originally released in 2012, we may have just found one of the strongest contenders for album of the year. Legendary producer, songwriter… Continue reading

Carpet of Horses – It’s Only Light (EP) (self-released)

Carpet of Horses, whose name is a homage to the late Red Red Meat, isn’t so much a band but a collaborative recording project spread over three continents. Or more specifically, Carpet of… Continue reading

Deptford Goth – Union (single) (Merok Records)

We’re deep in December and already 2013 is looking to be one hell of a year for new music. “Union” by Deptford Goth is yet one perfect example of such promise for the… Continue reading

Halls – Ark (album) (No Pain In Pop)

What it says on the tin and what it actually is can often be quite different things. However, in the case of Halls debut album, ‘Ark’, the product description on the website of… Continue reading