synth pop

EP Review: GARGALO – King of Dark Waters

GARGALO is the brainchild of singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Bruno G. Roth. Having performed in bands in Spain, the Spanish-Canadian

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Single Review: GARGALO – Out Of Sync

GARGALO is a project by London-based Spanish-Canadian artist Bruno G. Roth. The multi-instrumentalist started writing and recording during the lockdown,

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Single Review: Monokino – Your Underground

Dutch electro-pop artist, Monokino, has spent the past few years playing across the world – from China to SXSW –

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EP Review: Versari ‘- Brûle EP

French post-punk band Versari released their sophomore album, Sous la Peau, late last year. The bristling, literary-heavy record was well

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Single Review: IRJA – Heavy State of Mind

Having released ‘Devil You know’ and ‘It’s All Yours’ in the past year, London-based Swiss duo, IRJA, have unveiled their

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Single Review – Bad Love ‘Cashmere Tears’

Having wowed us in the summer with uplifting banger A Place For Me, Manchester band Bad Love have returned with

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Album Review: Mark Lanegan Band – Another Knock At The Door (IYEARA remixes)

Mark Lanegan Band and IYEARA have joined forces to remix his entire 2019 album Somebody’s Knocking – remixed and reimagined

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Album Review: Night House – Everyone Is Watching From A Far

The ethereal soundscapes of Brighton’s Night House are beautifully showcased on the bands ambitious debut album, Everyone Is Watching From

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Single Review: tameBERSERK – ‘Favourite Years’

tameBERSERK is the off-beat, psychedelic brainchild of James Pain. Based in London, the multi-instrumentalist is preparing to release his debut

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EP Review – IYEARA ‘CONSEQUENCES’

Following a string of high profile remixes, London based three-piece IYEARA have released their brooding debut EP ‘CONSEQUENCES’. Comprised of

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