Cate le Bon – ‘Crab Day’ Review (Via Gigsoup)

Check out my full review below, via Gigsoup. With her latest full length album, Cate Le Bon proudly celebrates the inauguration of Crab Day, a national holiday dedicated to the painting of crustaceans. It doesn’t actually exist. But does that even matter? Social constructs are meaningless! Take your clothes off! EAT GLITTER. This was the … More Cate le Bon – ‘Crab Day’ Review (Via Gigsoup)

White Lung – ‘Paradise’ Review (Via Gigsoup)

While White Lung are hardly changing punk – nor are they trying to – the weight of these songs make ‘Paradise’ feel as if it’s the most important album ever made when blasting out of the speakers. … More White Lung – ‘Paradise’ Review (Via Gigsoup)

The Field – ‘The Follower’ Review (via Gigsoup)

Check out my full review here, via Gigsoup. The Field is as emotional and organic as electronic music gets, but Axel Willner’s muscular techno is most often characterised as hypnotic and repetitive. This is perhaps to be expected; the haunting samples at the core of his tracks loop relentlessly as his resonant beats ebb and flow … More The Field – ‘The Follower’ Review (via Gigsoup)

Beyonce – ‘Lemonade’ Review (Via Gigsoup)

Check out the full review at Gigsoup. Out of the blue on Saturday night, Beyoncé released her sixth studio project – a stunningly directed visual album, free of the safety net of promotional singles. Twitter exploded. Hashtags were formed. Emoji’s were thrown in all directions – some of them intended to scald. We’ve been here before, … More Beyonce – ‘Lemonade’ Review (Via Gigsoup)