I Am Your Queen – Ayres (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

As the liquid bass lines pull you in and the dark grooves and slightly hypnotic sonics flash by, I Am Your Queen feels like music from another time. Perhaps even another, parallel world. Bands such as Jefferson Airplane and The Doors caught glimpse of such a place and tried to express what they saw through... Continue Reading →

The Heliocentrics launch Burning Wooden Ship

London-based The Heliocentrics have long stirred a bewitching brew of funk, jazz, psych and library influences. Labelled by Pitchfork as “a live-band culmination of every obsessive hip-hop-era producer's drive to fall deeper into a rabbit hole of the previously unheard”, the band’s far-reaching influence meant a natural knock-on in being cited by hip-hop royalty: namely,... Continue Reading →

Desert Mountain tribe hit the road

London based alternative/indie rock trio Desert Mountain Tribe released their second album, ‘Om Parvat Mystery’, in June. Co-produced by the band with James Aparicio, it was recorded in London and the Faroe Islands.    The band play a handful of UK shows in September as they continue to promote the new album, prior to heading off to mainland Europe where they will spend much... Continue Reading →

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