Always and always and always and always. Franz Ferdinand have always been a reliable source of music to dance to, whether it be the storming highs of ‘Take Me Out’ or the danceable groove of ‘Lucid Dreams’, there’s something for everybody in the decade long discography of theirs. Always Ascending is the band’s newest effort… Continue reading Franz Ferdinand – Always Ascending | Album Review
Marmozets return with second album Knowing What You Know Now. Four years after the release of The Weird and Wonderful Marmozets it seems this young band are looking to rebuild and extend a lot of the buzz their debut garnered, and with an array of mind-bending, genre-mixing tunes scattered throughout this new record, consider me… Continue reading Marmozets – Knowing What You Know Now | Release of the Week
Dya ever feel like Dance music is a little lame? A little all substance no depth? A tall glass of orange juice with no pulp? Yeah, same. Sometimes it’s good to experience something that gets you moving but a little angry too. Like you’re dancing on the dancefloor yet you’re just absolutely seething with a… Continue reading Shopping – The Official Body | Release of the Week
The Academic's debut album Tales from the Backseat is well worth a listen.
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