Late Bloomer (Locksley Tapes)
The surged-up sounds of the four-song debut will keep most listeners on edge.
Whatever it was that seemed to be holding Woodpigeon back before is gone on T R O U B L E.
It’s been said that you can’t judge a book by its cover, but does the maxim translate to the music world?
espite the change in sonic palette, the five synth-draped songs that make up his Islands EP don’t represent too drastic a reinvention, since they preserve Miller’s knack for pop-friendly tunefulness.
It’s been six long years since Stephen McBean and company last carved out an album from the bedrock of the fabled Black Mountain, but doing the work of the gods takes time.
Delirium starts like the soundtrack to a shimmering tangerine dream.
While Andrew Lee still has to serve up his Holy Hum full-length, the bite-sized Midnight Music offers a few morsels for a decent late-night snack.
When the person with the microphone falls flat, that’s just not enough.
Don’t be fooled by the placid photo of horses that graces the cover of Swim Team’s Freedom/Constraint cassette EP.