Gigi’s Recovery is a completely new atmosphere to what came before Continue reading “Alive in the city” The Murder Capital, Reborn on second album Gigi’s Recovery
My Goddamn Poem bottles her lightning… It is a moment, a scream. Continue reading It’s Michael’s Goddamn World, and We’re Just Living In It.
Busy mixing the brooding with the bittersweet, the sensitive with the sublime, we caught up with the Manchester group. Continue reading “There is no substitute” – stepping into the strangely welcoming world of Mewn.
Gobjaw Poetry Collective is an incomprehensible idea, an artistic community, and a regular open mic night at The Avalon Café. Continue reading Deep in the Belly of Your City: On the Gobjaw Poetry Collective.
“It’s wonderful until you stick your head into it and then it’s something else” Continue reading Notes from a Blackened Dream: Dog Replica by Angus Rogers (Opus Kink)
That’s when a writer’s voice really comes out. A good piece of work. When it is read aloud. Continue reading “Like a jab at some form of musical instrument inside your head”: An Ode to Samuel Beckett
Checking in with sister duo considered ‘the scene’s best kept secret’ Continue reading 2022 by its Artists #8: Waterbaby
“Breaking news: slightly introverted, sensitive woman loves Big Thief”. Continue reading 2022 by its Artists #7: Ellie Bleach
The singer of the capital’s finest pagan indie band Tapir! catches us up on their year making and listening to music. Continue reading 2022 By Its Artists #6: Ike Gray (Tapir!)
Beyond its slide whistles and jokes, beneath its knowingly silly ‘post-clown’ label, Gentle Stranger are eloquent chroniclers of our present experience Continue reading Just another ‘Post-Clown’ album: Gentle Stranger, ‘Upon Return’.
A testament to the rich artistry cultivated by the UK‘s ever-resilient underground circuit. Continue reading All Killer, No Filler. Here are our favourite EP’s Of 2022.
“We started 2022 having played only two shows and with nothing released, so the space between then and now at the end of our first year is a bit of a blur.” Continue reading 2022 by its Artists #5: Divorce