Driving – Echoglass (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

I always find it hard to categorize Echoglass's music. Not because it is particularly way out nor genre-hopping but because any label that I apply never comes remotely close to doing it justice. Pop seems too transient and lightweight a word to really capture what is going on and indie too hipster and faddish, though... Continue Reading →

Heart – Echoglass (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Echoglass has always been a band able to offer up a shifting array of styles and genres finding their consistency more in the less musical elements, the lyrical depth, the lingering melancholy which seems to haunt their music, their often quintessential Englishness…actually, make that quintessential northernness, the intimacy of their deliveries and any number of... Continue Reading →

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