Snow Coats – ‘If it wasn’t me, I would’ve called it funny’ album review


Based in Arnhem, the Netherlands, Snow Coats have already played shows with Ratboys, Future Teens and Sea Girls and are now ready to share their second album, ‘If it wasn’t me, I would’ve called it funny’. Led by Anouk van der Kemp, the record documents her experiences in life with love, loss and trying to…

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Art Moore self titled album review

Art Moore – ‘Art Moore’ album review


Art Moore – a trio made up of Taylor Vick (also known as Boy Scouts) and Ezra Furman collaborators Sam Durkes and Trevor Brooks – release their self-titled album full of bittersweet tales of love, loss and human connection. Their songs focus on various characters, including jilted friends and restless widows, as they examine emotional…

Yard Act – ‘The Overload’ album review


Despite only forming in early 2020, Yard Act have already gained a loyal following through with their tongue-in-cheek and sometimes scathing observations on today’s society. Now, they’re set to release debut album ‘The Overload’ with frontman James Smith saying: ‘I just hope it makes people laugh at the peculiarities of human nature. The world feels…