Wet Leg – ‘Wet Dream’


Isle of Wight duo Wet Leg follow up the phenomenal success of ‘Chaise Longue’ with the equally cheeky and infectious ‘Wet Dream’. Another short, sharp and witty piece of bouncy indie pop, it’s a break-up song inspired by one of Rhian Teasdale’s ex’s penchant for texting her to say he had been dreaming about her…

Ty Segall – ‘Harmonizer’ album review


Ty Segall’s ‘Harmonizer’, his first album in two years, finds the psych-obsessed singer-songwriter exploring new soundscapes and embracing thick keyboard textures, potent guitar sounds and much, much more… ‘Ride’ opens the album in suitably squelchy, synthy and kaleidoscopic fashion as Ty tries to recall the past – ‘She can’t remember where it was’ – and…

We Are Scientists – ‘Huffy’ album review


We Are Scientists return with ‘Huffy’ – their first album in three years. From unashamedly romantic love songs to making deals, mortality and mental health, this record finds Keith Murray and Chris Cain offering their unique takes on all manner of subjects… Opening in typically frenetic fashion, ‘You’ve Lost Your Shit’ kicks off proceedings with…

Boy Scouts – ‘Wayfinder’ album review


Boy Scouts (aka Oakland, California-based Taylor Vick) releases her new album ‘Wayfinder’ via ANTI- and this record – with its title taken from Sallie Tisdale’s book ‘Advice for Future Corpses (and Those Who Love Them): A Practical Perspective on Death and Dying’ – finds the talented singer-songwriter (and Super Fan 99 alumni) looking at how…