If there’s one thing this album stands for, it’s swinging a massive fuck you to the need for albums and bands to be locked into a genre – and this release defies and all possible labels, The Drones have simply created their own with this seventh LP.
If you’re a lover of Violent Soho, I can say with 99.4% certainty that this will be another release from the band you’ll love. Hell, I do. This is Hungry Ghost’s “older sister” and where the past released touched on some heavier topics WACO embraces them fully.
Milwaukee Banks brings spacey beat focused tracks with their new release, Deep Into The Night. The album combines electronica beats with laid back hip hop vocal stylings, in a lowfi, minimalist aesthetic. The album creates an atmosphere of relaxed vibes that keeps its pace with each track. The songs have a familiar feel as they […]
Dark and moody from the beginning, brother and sister duo Joshua and Amy Dowdle – otherwise known as Lastlings – bring us a spacious and smooth debut EP. From their second track, ‘Another Way’, Amy Dowdle’s vocals capture you, drawing you into their world.