‘Neon Noir’ delivers as you’d expect it would, with an urgency for life taking hold swiftly and firmly.
You can spot all the hallmarks and fingerprints of the individuals that make up L.S Dunes across this album, but they have still found a way to make something completely original on ‘Past Lives’.
What it results in is a record that shows not just genuine vision and ambition, but pushes beyond to something bigger.
Crawlers have given us just a taste of their potential, and we are hungry for more.
Martha revel in grey areas and ambiguity, mixing the personal and political to great effect.
Two five star albums in two years? Wake up, world. De’Wayne’s a-knockin’.
A stunning start from a band still rising fast.
Pinkshift come out kicking and screaming on their debut album.
With a wider scope and a far higher ceiling, Brutus are a band at the top of their game.