Author: Pete Carroll

"Moonlit Kind" is The Folk Implosion's bobbing, shimmering ode to night owls. Offering a glimpse into the mind of Barlow, who depicts himself as a bear "coming out of the cave," the song describes his emotional...
Glasgow septet The Joy Hotel are today announcing their debut album Ceremony with the release of its lead single, the surging and rapturous 'Jeremiah'. It’s a song that grapples with the idea of approaching unknowns, and how conflicting...

REVIEW: THE LAST VINCI – THE REVOLUTION IS MADE TOGETHER (2022)

I don’t really hold much truck with all these modern labels for music like alt rock or stoner rock or post rock. If I...

REVIEW: Trank – The Ropes (2020)

I don’t think it’s unfair to say that there haven’t been a lot of successful French rock bands over the years. For those of...

Firekind: What I Have Found Is Already Lost (Deluxe Edition) (2020)

Two things I really like are power trios, and music that pushes through genre boundaries and makes no attempt to appease any one group...

Review: Noush Skaugen – Hey Sicko (2020)

A quick confession; I’m quite fussy about female rock voices. The ones I like tend to be in lower registers and have quirky tonal...

REVIEW: SCARLET REBELS – LIVE AT SONIC ONE (2020)

Back in 2016, I was rediscovering my passion for rock music and stumbled across an album called ‘Keep Fighting’ by Welsh band, V0iD. It...

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