Tag Archive: Music review

Fixers – We’ll Be The Moon (album) (Dolphin Love)

‘We’ll Be The Moon’ is the debut album from the Oxford quintet Fixers. Featuring eleven tracks of fun-filled, sunny, indie-pop, it’s immediately apparent that ‘We’ll Be The Moon’ is heavily influenced by The… Continue reading

PEACE – California Daze (single) (Columbia Records / SONY Music UK)

There’s little known about the indie-rock band PEACE except that the quartet hail from Birmingham UK and they recently signed a deal with Columbia Records UK. Their first track ‘Bblood’ surfaced in April… Continue reading

Casablanca – Yes (single) (Party Politics)

London’s Casablanca are seemingly destined for a career in indie-pop having been schoolmates with Bombay Bicycle Club, Cajun Dance Party and Theme Park. The ties run deeper with drummer Tom MacColl being the… Continue reading

Public Service Broadcasting – The War Room (EP) (Test Card Recordings)

“The war – don’t mention the war!” ‘The War Room’ (EP) is a 5-track EP by London-based multi-instrumentalists, J. Willgoose, Esq. (guitar, banjo, stringed instruments, sampling and electronic instruments) and Wrigglesworth on (drums,… Continue reading

Mock & Toof – My Head (single) (Tiny Sticks/M&T Inc)

Following the release of their debut album ‘Tuning Echoes’ in 2010, ‘My Head’ is the first taster from Mock & Toof’s forthcoming album, ‘Temporary Happiness’ (due in October). Having remixed material for acts including… Continue reading

The Vaccines – No Hope (EP / single) (Columbia Records / SONY)

Hmmmm, it sounds like somebody’s been listening to Bob Dylan. Their debut album ‘What Did You Expect From The Vaccines?’ (2011) was filled with 2-3 minute perfectly crafted indie-rock anthems with notable influence… Continue reading