Remember Sports Like a Stone album review

Remember Sports – ‘Like a Stone’ album review


‘Like A Stone’, Remember Sports’ third album for Father/Daughter Records, finds the Philadelphia-based indie rockers examining how it feels to break away from old versions of yourself while trading instruments throughout – resulting in a dynamic and shape-shifting sound that dips into all kinds of genres. The record opens with recent single ‘Pinky Ring’, a…

Major Murphy Access Winspear Records 2021 album review

Major Murphy – ‘Access’ album review


Major Murphy, a four-piece from Grand Rapids, Michigan, are all set to release their second album ‘Access’ – a collection of nine songs that navigate the uncertainty of creative and artistic livelihoods while also trying to make sense of newfound parenthood. Opening with the slackerpop hooks of the recently released title track, there’s an element…

Loney Dear A Lantern and a Bell album review 2021

Loney Dear – ‘A Lantern and a Bell’


Loney Dear makes a welcome return with ‘A Lantern and a Bell’. Released via Peter Gabriel’s Real World Records, the nine songs have a stripped-back marine theme with Emil Svan√§ngen’s beautiful (and, at times, haunting) falsetto being joined by tender piano tones, discreet double bass and diffused water sounds played at dark low frequencies. The…