Something Anorak ‘Ageist’ | EP Review

Delightfully crooked and embodied with a heart-wrenching, early 90s aesthetic, ‘Ageist’ feels like it’s laying its life on the line.

Daggers & Waves ‘Wayward Lines’ | EP Review

After many lineup changes Daggers And Waves finally took to J&J's mixing desks, and 'Wayward Lines' tells us that they've certainly made the most of the experience.

Release: Superfood – ‘Mam’ | EP Review

While a sense of déjà vu hangs heavy it is hard to deny the quality of the material here.

Releases of the Month: November

November's Releases of the Month ought to give you plenty to get you through the darker evenings.

Hello Lazarus – Self Titled | EP Review

Released: 2nd April 2011 was busy for Hello Lazarus, various UK tours, festival slots and  a number of releases has shot them into the local...

Albums Of The Year 2017

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. No, not that one – we’re talking of course about Albums of the Year.

Various Artists ‘Brand New Faces’ | Album Review

'Brand New Faces', is one cohesive package showcasing some of Circus City's favourite artists.

Releases of the Month: October

Marie Davidson? Adrienne Lenker? Kurt Vile? MØ? More new music by Chaouche? October's releases are by no means a trick and very much a treat. 

Repo Man ‘Minesweeping’ | Album Review

Listening to ‘Minesweeping’ is as fraught with uncertainty as its namesake suggests.

The Hit Ups – The Whordes | EP Review

The Hit Ups have been slowly honing their sound for a while now, wetting our appetite with last year’s free download of Unforgivable /...