“Highlights and pop freak-outs are numerous, we stretch lo-fi indie templates to their sunshine fuzz limits and skirt around 60’s Brit garage…”
The best of submissions, reviewed tracks, the almost-reviewed… and a fistfull of this month’s best music!
“With a keen eye for harsh words and wiry thin riffs, an ‘I’m doing my thing so screw you’ attitude… Madame So’s brand of force is infectious.”
“Between A-side highlights and a B-side that flies by, Fake Flowers Never Die is an intriguing slice of deceptively slick new wave indie…”
“Played quiet, it’s a chilled introspection of fuzzed up Phil Spector and glossed 60s girl pop. Played loud it’s a crossbreed of Jesus & Mary Chain and MBV feedback with the feel of Slowdive thickened dreamscapes…”
Citing Pixies as a reference is dangerous. Yes we recall their scratchy prowess over throwaway stripped surf and […]
“There’s something beautifully crafted, familiar and winsome in the cool debut single from Peplo…”
Coloured and black vinyl, CD, stream and cassette available Apr 4 2020. Pre-Orders open from Other Voices Records.
“I’ve been looking forward to writing this since I first heard it last December. Now it’s here and now it’s ready and I am glad to introduce them…”
From the forthcoming EP ‘How’s The View There?’ Coming April 2020 on Other Voices Records.