Lists have produced a track as heart-warming as it is heart breaking and creating helps create the most impressively assured debut I’ve heard this side of 2014.
The latest track from London duo Fe is near seven minutes of complex wonderment.
There’s nothing of real beauty I could produce from a kitchen, I think. Well, apart from that one delicious Pancake Cannelloni I made that time. For that reason alone I’m incredibly impressed with Cardiff’s Rhodri Brooks, who managed to cook up a whole album of lo-fi, acoustic beauties right from his own stove. Amongst the album’s,…
Holy Milk deliver an elegant and hypnotic slice of ethereal ambient groove pop that delves darker and deeper than dream pop ever has before.
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.