The follow up to previous single Fortune, Heights once again sees Only Girl’s soulful vocals shimmer over sparse snares and euphoric, sporadic piano chords.
It’s an album that’s bafflingly bizarre, beautifully absurd and genuinely moving, all at the same time.
After a 5 year absence, Willy Mason returned with his first album of new material since 2007′s If the Ocean Gets Rough, late last year. I caught up with him to chat influences, touring and recording.
It’s near impossible not to be captivated by the carnivalesque, tidal wave of kaleidoscopic complex wonderment served up in the unbridled, infectious melodies.
A beautiful, heartfelt tribute from a track you can’t help but love.
In calling themselves Battle Lines, today’s Tipping Point tip have perfectly summed up their latest offering, I feel. ‘Colonies’, the latest track from the Leeds based quartet, seems to be fraught with inner conflict.
In 1995, Joan Osbourne asked “what if God was one of us?” It’s nice to imagine, I think. It’s a concept that Belfast trio Go Wolf (kind of) explore in recent single ‘Even God.
Nearly 40 years since he first donned his leathers, wrapped his legs round those velvet rims and declared “tramps like us, baby we were born to run“, Bruce Springsteen releases Wrecking Ball, his 17th studio album, and quite possibly, his angriest yet.