If you like Diplo and that aesthetic, you’ll probably like The Last Skeptik.
Tag: CD review
Peter Kearns would be happy to hear Nadine Shah sing the phone book. If there were still phone books.
Peter Kearns has fun dipping his toes into some avant-garde pop.
Witchdoctor’s new music review Peter Kearns debuts with an album of machine whinges.
Prodigy ‘expanded edition’ is a mixed, and sometimes dated, bag.
There is a wall. And Splashh are on the other side of it.
Emphysema crooner, meet atmospheric instrumentalist.
Josh Homme is a retro enigma, and his record’s not half bad, either.
If you like The Black Seeds, you may like the Aussie equivalent, writes Gary Steel. It’s not meant as a compliment.
Gary Steel has a dilemma with one of the best-sounding albums he’s heard in an age.
The fourth Die!Die!Die! album is a racket and a fantastic noise, wails Gary Steel, his tinnitus screaming mercilessly.
A rather good jazz album from Auckland