Baby 126 – Ruby Confue

As the initial release from the new Lighterthief record label and as the first musical outing by newcomer Ruby Confue, Baby 126 is one hell of a statement of intent. Mixing commerciality with creativity it hopefully shows a jaded and formulaic music industry that the two are not mutually exclusive, they never have been, but maybe... Continue Reading →

An interview with Nick Marsh

With the sad passing of Nick Marsh I thought it poignant to post a video I came across of Nick talking about Flesh For Lulu, it's rebirth, Urban Voodoo Machine and the onset of cancer. Thanks for the music Nick, we have lost a true rock and roll gentleman.

In A Starry State – The Great Depression

Following our review of what can only be described as an existentialist, space opera, romance, here is a video teaser that acts as a brief snapshot of the album we described as "the music spans great distances, trampling over generic boundaries, wilfully flaunting the rules and creating something truly beautiful along the way. In a... Continue Reading →

Wanderlust – Jourdan Myers (video)

Minneapolis chantress Jourdan Myers has been variously described as "a golden voice that is quite beguiling" (Erik Thompson, City Pages,) "a voice so pure, it reminds me of Sarah McLachlan’s, but this lady can also belt it out" (Kate Sevigny, Lady Indie) and by us at DAA as a combination of Conor Oberst, Feist and... Continue Reading →

New Music of the Day: VIII – Not Yet – Jet Setter

  Channeling influences like The Replacements, The Clean and The Stooges, Dublin quartet ‘Jet Setter’ are fast making a name for their fuzzy, straight-to-the-point, Indie-Rock.  "The pushy zeal of Smashing Graham Coxon at his late-90s best” - NME Buzz Band of The Week “What The Strokes might have sounded like with Jarvis Cocker out front” - Stereogum    "This... Continue Reading →

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