Feeder – ‘Torpedo’ album review


Feeder follow up 2019’s ‘Tallulah’ album with ‘Torpedo’ – a collection of songs written and adapted during their extended break during the pandemic. This downtime gave the band more time to enhance demos, experiment with different aural textures and strike that delicate balance between darkness and light… The slow-burning and anthemic ‘The Healing’ opens the…

Nordic Giants – ‘Symbiosis’ album review


Mysterious post rockers Nordic Giants have returned with ‘Symbiosis’, the follow-up to 2015’s ‘A Sèance of Dark Delusions’ and their highly acclaimed documentary/soundtrack project ‘Amplify Human Vibration’. The new record finds them exploring all kinds of sounds (and emotions) from across the spectrum of life. The opener ‘Philosophy of Mind’ kicks off the record with…

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…

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…