ADVENTURES IN RECORD COLLECTING

WORDS BY ROBBIE DADOMO-EDGINGTON In case you’re unaware, Discogs is site which catalogues (pretty much almost) every release of music, whether that be vinyl, CD, cassette, or digital. It’s also a marketplace for said […]

SINGLE REVIEW | FLYTE | I’VE GOT A GIRL

WORDS BY ROBBIE DADOMO-EDGINGTON Flyte’s latest single, I’ve Got a Girl, is the third they’ve released this year from their as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2017’s The Loved Ones. Much like the previous two singles, Easy […]

ALBUM REVIEW | JAWNY | FOR ABBY

“Hit after hit, all squeezed into 24 minutes” WORDS BY ROBBIE DADOMO-EDGINGTON JAWNY (fka Johnny Utah) has just released his hotly anticipated major label debut, For Abby – made up of hits, and no […]

SINGLE REVIEW | L’OBJECTIF | BURN ME OUT

“Bedroom pop make way for bedroom post-punk, pioneered by L’objectif.” 16-year-old Leeds-based duo Saul Kane and Louis Bullock have dropped yet another spine-tingling single. Their musical project, L’objectif, began when the pair were twelve […]

ALBUM REVIEW | SEA GIRLS | OPEN UP YOUR HEAD

“What this record lacks in character, it makes up for in feel good anthems, delightfully repetitive choruses and a real sense of hope.” WORDS BY ALI GRICE Beautiful boys. Endearing personalities. Angsty songs allegorical […]

ALBUM REVIEW | GLASS ANIMALS | DREAMLAND

 “A cathartic return” WORDS BY LAUREN KERNAN When news broke in 2018 that indie quartet Glass Animals may never play again after drummer Joe Seaward suffered a serious head injury in a road accident, […]

MEETING THE MINH | AN INTERVIEW WITH GO CHI MINH

Visceral Records talks tyrants, The Wiggles, and Lil Pump with ‘founders of the post-absurdist movement’, Go Chi Minh. INTERVIEW BY ALISTAIR MILTON-SEALL Whilst many people are out basking in the 33-degree heat, I’m in […]