Tag Archive: Melancholic

Röyksopp – The Inevitable End (album) (Cooking Vinyl)

This month Norwegian electronic music legends Röyksopp will be releasing their fifth and final album, The Inevitable End. “What?!” we hear you gasp. Fear not, Röyksopp are not going anywhere. Having now created… Continue reading

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

Blessa – Open Fields (single) (Carmel Records / Generator)

In October last year we reviewed Between Times – the stunning debut single from Blessa. A beautifully melodic and nostalgic C-86 inspired pop tune, Between Times was like a cross between Lush and the bittersweet… Continue reading

Stuart Warwick – The Butcher’s Voice (album) (Faux Discx / Laugh Riot Records)

In early December Stuart Warwick gave a taster of his forthcoming album in the form of an exquisite and spellbinding new track entitled “Sailors” (read our review). The track featured richly layered strings,… Continue reading

Dog Is Dead – Teenage Daughter (single) (Atlantic Records / Warner Bros. UK)

“Teenage Daughter” is the new single lifted from ‘All Our Favourite Stories’ (cover art above), the debut album from Nottingham indie-rock/indie-pop five-piece Dog Is Dead. Straight up, “Teenage Daughter” is an earnest indie-rock number.… Continue reading