EditorialFor the love of music


For when you’re feeling social


Craig Clemens

April 03, 2020

Brand New Music

Thundercat | It Is What It Is

Eccentric hyperactivity in it’s purest form, Thundercat has taken his versatility as a bassist, producer and songwriter and combined it with his skill as a therapist, philosopher, and spiritual guide. From the bouncy, jittery, and virtuous bass chops to the deep West Coast funk grooves, this is yet another absolutely fantastic release.

Yves Tumor | Heaven To A Tortured Mind

Ah the warped sound of the modern pop star. As the world shuts down and we finally become the world of shut-in’s we always wanted to be, the iconoclastic artist pushes out a album that is visceral and intense. With a million simultaneous ideas moving at once the palette saturates and we end up with a runoff of freewheeling experimentation that takes no prisoners.

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs | Viscerals

This the first show this writer will attend when we’re all done with this quarantine – and I would suggest the same to any reader. When Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs come to your town in summer 2021 (or whenever that happens) show up, thrash around, scream your head off, end up ripping your favourite t-shirt, then leave for the pub, get good and wasted and leave a big ol’ tip for the bartender. By then, this whole thing will be a distant memory.

Also Out Today..

Empress Of | I’m Your Empress Of

Purity Ring | WOMB

TOPS | I Feel Alive