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Articles by: Alex Mills

by 29 Oct 2020

Listen: Lice announce debut album and share single ‘R.D.C’

Our Kingdom has fallen into seasonal wetness yet as a nation, we’re still none the cleaner. As time falls back into reverse and a child’s sustenance is no longer a requirement, Bristol subversive’s, Lice release ‘R.D.C’ ahead of their debut…

by 21 Oct 2020

Listen: NYC’s Maxband share single ‘Cut It Loose’

It goes without question that Maxband, (ft Max Savage of Parquet Courts), are as delightfully direct as their “I’m stumped for a band name so let’s use mine and chuck band on the end” namesake.  Things seem rather flat when…

by 21 Oct 2020

Listen: London’s BOSS share new single ‘Salome’

BOSS are the haphazardly charming coalescence of  ‘word-of-mouth’, brimming out from within the crevassed-chaos of a gap-toothed smile.   An attention seeking bridge between the alternative-abyss of ‘6 Feet Below The Moon’ and a number of fully grounded self-releases, their latest…

by 08 Oct 2020

Listen: Gustaf share debut single ‘Mine’ via Royal Mountain Records

Somewhere in a not-so-alternate universe, a ‘white vest and tasselled-belt’ kinda woman sits in the corner of her favoured Bodega and soaks up the New York City prospects. Passing her time offering folk newspaper cuttings instead of eyes in a…

by 02 Oct 2020

Review: Legss – ‘Doomswayers’ EP

Swans, for all their worth, are symbolically worth much more. Combining the elemental virtues of air and water, they embody beauty and sanctity despite having attitudinal issues and ugly babies. The Danes value their metaphorical inspirations, the Queen of England…

by 30 Sep 2020

Review: Walt Disco – ‘Young, Hard & Handsome’ EP

Seminal icon Marcel Proust acknowledged that “remembrance of things past, is not necessarily a remembrance of things as they were”. Paying homage to an era gone by is only worth half your time if to be a sub-cultural conservationist, one…

by 16 Sep 2020

Listen: Multiples share new single ‘Quiet Room’

There’s a place we all go to at the end of a daily contemplation cycle.  Filing musings in special boxes for safe-keeping and a retractable-absent-mind, when night buses have all the premise required for meditative idling, and with the last…

by 15 Sep 2020

Listen: Ethan P. Flynn washes ashore with ‘What You Do To Me’

“He longs for a simpler life but the wheels have been set in motion” – Ethan P. Flynn.  Caught between two well-worn practises, we’re all living through a global unifier of attempted accomplishments in an isolated period of progressive efforts….

by 09 Sep 2020

Listen: PREGOBLIN welcome you into the capitalistic wild west of ‘Gangsters’

There’s a humanly passive fascination with lawlessness. Dreaming of social middle-ground whilst avoiding the subject matter to hand, we live in a no-man’s land of harmonious class; a nation where Cowboys and Vape-Wrangler’s roam over the glassy-eyed disillusions of societal…