Download Four Tet’s unique take on the latest JT single.
July 16th, 2013
There’s too many to choose! We’ve put together this little list of the 5 small UK festivals we think really stand out (for various reasons) in 2013
June 23rd, 2013
And you thought they’d hung up their stenciled t-shirts and balaclavas for good..
May 18th, 2013
Waxahatchee is the name of the lake near Katie Crutchfield’s parent’s house in Alabama, it also happens to be the name of her band. It’s where, following a split from previous band P. S Elliot she retreated to record her first LP as a solo artist. While that album was a purely lo-fi solo recording, the new album ”Cerulean salt” has acquired a full band lineup.
Those DIY, home recording roots are still a big part of Waxahatchee. The sophomore release has that rough around the edges sound that gives it a raw power that is at once beautiful and exhilarating. Katie’s lyrics are confessional and personal, sung in a voice that has a beautiful tone and capable of a decent bit of shout-singing, somewhere between Cat Power and Sleater Kinney.
Misery Over Dispute and Waiting are gloriously noisy durges, and it’s nice to hear that contrast among the more jangly pop-folk and singer-songwriter acoustic songs. There is a purity to the song writing and recording that you don’t hear everyday. I’m really looking forward to the next album and/or watching them live to see what happens next.
Pop perfection from Folk-Electronic Londoner James Yuill.
May 20th, 2013
Soundscapes, subtle electronics and real songs with a strong pop ethic.
May 14th, 2013
WAXAHATCHEE – Cerulean Salt album review
May 11th, 2013
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