Flexagon – Numbers – Single Review

Flexagon, the electroweave project from Guernsey introduced earlier in the year, released the single Numbers on the 13th. The latest reveal is the tad over nine minutes of Numbers (available on bandcamp) which slurries through the room in a mix of bits and bytes which penetrate randomly through the wash of … Read More…

Ava Rae Heatley – Grin And Bear It – Single Review

Ava Rae Heatley is a keys-rock creator from the USA. Deft work on the key-board and an evocative vocal enables Ava Rae Heatley to deliver music of emotional fluidity, with each song revealing a new flowering – the latest being Grin And Bear It. Frequently adding additional players to provide the … Read More…

Caleb Clardy – Magic – Audio

The US acoustic-rock creator Caleb Clardy released the LP Invincible Things yesterday. An intriguing, roughly forty two minutes, dozen track album which brings much in to the mix. Each of the twelve songs captures a different refraction of the facets on the diamond that is rock’n’roll and stretches from deep southern … Read More…

Selina Fever – Heads Down – Audio

The English alt-folk project Selina Fever released the EP Common, Uncommon yesterday. Hushed tones of muffled acoustic guitar and vocal peers through the room as if skating on a frozen pond deep in a snowy forest with the audience drawn by the distant sounds as they thread through the leaves and … Read More…

Mosquito Cabaret – River King – Single Review

The US romanî-folk quintet Mosquito Cabaret released the single River King on the 11th. Swirling in to earshot River King (available on bandcamp) immediately grabs the listener by the wrist and launches them in to a ring of pulsing beat in a track that is best heard in company with others … Read More…