Tag Archive: Kate Bush

Ponychase – Parade of Youth (album) (self-released)

Synthpop isn’t likely to be the first thing one thinks of when thinking of Nashville, TN but Ponychase are well on their way to changing that. The name Ponychase was the pseudonym given to… Continue reading

Letters to Fiesta – Aphorism (EP) (Sideways Saloon)

Having spent the past couple of years developing and refining their sound, Manchester quartet Letters To Fiesta released their first single “Mesosphere” back in December 2012 and are readying the release of their… Continue reading

Dog In The Snow – Fire In The Sky (single) (self-released)

“Fire In The Sky” is the new single from Brighton’s Helen Ganya Brown who records and performs music under the moniker of Dog In The Snow . Produced by long-term collaborator Steve Hillier… Continue reading

DeLooze – Lost Army (single) (Giant Haystacks/Fierce Panda)

“Lost Army” is the third single from Stacey DeLooze p/k/a DeLooze, which is lifted from the forthcoming debut album ‘Glass Army’ to be released on Fierce Panda imprint, Giant Haystacks next month. “Lost Army” is… Continue reading

London Grammar – Wasting My Young Years (single) (Metal & Dust Recordings)

Brace yourself for this one. The new single from London Grammar, “Wasting My Young Years”,  is an emotional, powerful and soulful track featuring an intricate piano hook and haunting vocals that lead into… Continue reading

The Knife – Shaking The Habitual (album) (Mute Records)

Thoroughly engrossing and entrancing, ‘Shaking The Habitual’, the fourth studio album from Swedish electronic duo The Knife, is an incredibly unique and strange record. The duo’s first album since 2006′s brilliant ‘Silent Shout’, ‘Shaking… Continue reading

Bat For Lashes – Laura (single) (Parlophone / EMI)

A quick word of warning for the first single lifted from the upcoming third album  ‘The Haunted Man’ by Bat For Lashes; ‘Laura’ will make your heart ache. Following 2009’s brilliant ‘Two Suns’… Continue reading

Kate Bush – 50 Words For Snow (Fish People / Anti- Records)

  Kate Bush is truly an enigma. Her tenth studio album, ‘50 Words For Snow’, consists of just 7 songs but clocks in at 65 minutes; a journey that is rich in fantasy,… Continue reading