Tagged: Reviews

Wy – Swedish Summer

Today sees the fourth release from Wy’s upcoming sophomore album. “Swedish Summer” is 3 minutes of sun kissed reverb, chorused guitars and gut wrenchingly frank lyricism. We’re living in a world of 21st Century...

Jackie Mendoza – Mucho Más

With her Californian and Mexican influences Jackie Mendoza has shown her versatility since the ukelele-enviro-folk strumming of ‘Closer’ in 2016. ‘Islands’ was all broad electro beats and complexity of percussion and now we have...

Live Review – Vök @ The Cuban Embassy

Vök The Cuban Embassy Review by SdM Vök’s attack on the senses began in earnest from the start. The volume increased noticeably – even the pre-show music was pumping out the decibels. Vök turned...

Bryony Williams – Silhouette

Have you ever had your heart broken? I don’t mean a tricky break up or the winding down of lust, but the tragic, gut wrenching end of a relationship where try as you might...

Maskenfreiheit – 5am

Growing up, I spent most of my 20’s in Bristol, living in and around St Paul’s and Stokes Croft. Invariably many nights out ended up at some tiny, almost hidden dodgy makeshift club. The...

DAZE – Big

DAZE began recording in 2017 and the London quartet have now reached their fourth single ‘Big’, a follow-up to last year’s ‘Reformation’. The new track is three minutes of sky-soaring guitar, incisive bass and...