Like We Used To – Coral Moons (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

There is something slightly nostalgic, easy and comfortable about the lazy beats and the warm feeling you get as you listen to Like We Used To, but that is a deliberate move. Understanding that music communicates as much to the soul as the lyrics do to the brain, Coral Moons have created a wonderful twin... Continue Reading →

Light Me Up – Ratinoff (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Hitting the sweet spot between rock's rabble-rousing aggression and alt-pop accessibility and addiction, Light Me Up is instantly contagious. Even the most hard-hearted cynic or entrenched musical tribal follower would be hard pushed not to fall for its raucous charms immediately. Some songs achieve anthemic status through clever media and marketing, though record company drive... Continue Reading →

Wired – Harlekurt (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Arriving with the tag line "sad vibes for rainy days" the track immediately sets the tone with Kristen Stewart's now-classic monologue of being at odds with the modern world from the film Anesthesia, something that it returns to reinforce the feeling of disaffection and dislocation. From there the song runs through a melancholic, electronic soundscape,... Continue Reading →

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