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Album Review: Boris – W

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Track: A.A. Williams – All I Asked For (Was To End It All) plus debut album news

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Album Review : worriedaboutsatan’s ‘Shift’

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Edinburgh four piece Wozniak are a band that constantly manage to grab our attention. Mainly because everything they do resonates with us. They’ve recently released an EP Pikes Peak, which came out on the 9th June and has already sold out of its physical format, although you can still get hold of it on iTunes, …

We were sort of captured when we heard ‘El Maresme’, the latest single by Edinburgh’s Wozniak. We’ve heard layers of guitars before, but this was something else. Moody, downcast even, but writhing beneath layer upon complex layer of effects laden guitars. Our minds might not be the strongest things out there, but they were well …

I like the idea of being able to wander in someone’s mind and these clever lyrics by Los Angeles duo Street Joy give me the impression of what it might be like with their track ‘Wandering in your mind’. The confident swagger of the vocal delivery are all wrapped up in a gorgeously late 60’s …

Ding! The bell at the beginning of this album seems to tell us that we are entering some sort of sacred space, and certainly the processive drone of the first track, Pharmakon, sounds to me like it could be set in a Buddhist monastery. Although the title of the track would suggest otherwise, it is, …

Antibloom is Findlay (the Findustrial Waste listed on the bandcamp page), currently solo but on the search for band members. He describes the EP as a set of “creepy wee songs” informed by growing up in industrial surroundings in Scotland. He started work on these songs in 2012 focusing on influences like Slint and Fugazi …

There are some record labels, and Seattle’s Sub Pop comes immediately to mind, where you know that whatever they release is going to be at the very least interesting. Others have the sort of design style where you only have to look at the artwork to know what label is behind it, such as Germany’s …

I’ve been to Japan twice. I think it is possibly the greatest, most mystifying and brilliant place I’ve ever been. We wandered around all day, and it feels (at best) both weird and (at worst) frustrating that pretty much nobody understands what you say, and vice versa. At one point, we took to pointing at …