Hailing from sunny L.A., Cherry Glazerr are a self-described, “lo-fi dream pop” band. Their hazy sound is fuzzy. But it also feels satisfyingly polished. There’s buckets of joy to be found within the depths of the rolling drum beats and crunching guitars as you discover a wealth of dreamy lyrics echoing wonderfully against the backdrop […]Read more "Introducing: Cherry Glazerr"
Dance-pop project, Penguin Prison returns with ‘Calling Out’.Read more "New Music: Penguin Prison"
It’s not very often that I can say I’m completely content with the contents of my iTunes. But recently, I feel like my iPod has got all of the right music on it to suit my every need… It’s obvious that I’ve become obsessed with a constant need to find new music. And I’m not […]Read more "What’s That You’re Listening To?"
We are just over halfway through 2014 and already we have been treated to a whole host of incredible records. Here’s some of our favourites so far…Read more "The Best Albums of 2014 (So Far)"
Kevin Abstract’s incredible hip hop album, MTV1987 is probably one of the best mix tapes I’ve heard so far this year. Listen below and CLICK HERE for a free download.Read more "Kevin Abstract"
Multi-instrumentalist (and co-founder of Canadian band Faunts) Tim Batke has enlisted the help of 21 supporting musicians for his latest project, Duplekita. With a distinctive dream pop edge to the band, this six minute wonder, and album title, ‘The Sound of My Name’ is an absolute gem The full-length is due out in July.Read more "Music Monday: Duplekita"
Having recently announced their return to the stage, it seems fitting that in the first edition of Tales from the Turntable we talk about The Blood Brothers eyeopening, earsplitting album, Young Machetes…Read more "Tales from the Turntable"