Rachel Grice

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 […]

BACK TO THE STREETS | MIKE SKINNER RETURNS

WORDS BY ALISTAIR MILTON-SEALL Mike Skinner and The Streets are back. Now, two singles in with the eclectic and raucous Take Me As I Am featuring fellow Brum boy Chris Lorenzo, and the strangely […]

SINGLE REVIEW | PATAWAWA | FORGET ABOUT IT

“The love child of Madonna and The Magic Gang, Forget About It has it all: silky vocals combined with bright guitars and funky bass-lines, all wrapped up in bouncy synth undertones.” WORDS BY RACHEL […]

ALBUM REVIEW | SORRY | 925

“Sorry’s intelligently disinterested vocals are a groovy little answer to today’s chaotic world, especially at a time where the music industry is looking bleaker and bleaker by the day.” WORDS BY ALISTAIR MILTON-SEALL Bonded […]

SINGLE REVIEW | RISCAS | COOL TO CHILL WITH

“Summer. Is. Here.” WORDS BY RACHEL GRICE Birmingham based quartet Riscas have just released their new single Cool To Chill With. This review could easily be three words long: Summer. Is. Here. But alas, […]