Interview | Leo Abrahams

Leo Abrahams’s atmospheric, layered songs and fantastic guitar work make this talented singer-writer-composer-producer-multi-instrumentalist one to look out for. He’s collaborated with the likes of Brian Eno, Jarvis Cocker and Paul Simon and worked on film scores for high-profile productions ‘The…

News | Daughter set for UK tour

Fans of indie folk and long-term planning, today is your lucky day: Daughter have announced a UK tour for October. While Elena Tonra’s London-based three-piece have a pretty hectic touring schedule in the pipeline following the release of their debut…

Album | Klak Tik – The Servants

The Servants, Klak Tik’s second full-length release, is an album of tensions. Begun during a trip the band took to a remote part of Wales – including sessions in a chapel and underneath Parys Mountain – and finished back in…

EP | Worry Dolls – Worry Dolls

Like fish without chips or Wallace without Gromit, when listening to Worry Dolls its hard to imagine what Rosie or Zoe might have sounded like as the two solo artists who met at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and…

Interview | Introducing…Sophie Hunger

Love jazz-inspired folk with a dash of Portishead? Course you do. In which case you need to check out Sophie Hunger who, having conquered her native Switzerland, released The Danger of Light to generally ecstatic reviews last year. Please make…

Interview | Introducing… Worry Dolls

We stumbled across Worry Dolls playing in a pub in Kilburn and were instantly charmed by their glorious harmonies and idiosyncratic lyrics. From songs about transvestites to dying in a car crash, Worry Dolls’ oeuvre is the work of two…

Live | Local Natives @ Scala

It’s Valentine’s Day, so you may or may not welcome the embrace offered by the closeness of bodies at tonight’s sold-out Scala gig.  However, knowing that the next time we’ll see them will be at the enormous Brixton Academy, we…

Album | Eels – Wonderful, Glorious

Mark Oliver Everett is, without doubt, the most consistently bipolar songwriter of our times. Shuttling between the rhapsodies of Daisies of the Galaxy and the chill misery of Electro Shock Blues, the scuzzy rage of Souljacker and the dejected tones of…