Review: Hatchie

Going to see the live gig of a support band based on one song isn’t something I’d normally do or put myself forward for but after the first listen to Sure and being caught up in its nineties dreamy shoegaze pop haze, I find myself at the Hug and Pint to see Australia’s Hatchie.

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Review: In Tall Buildings – Akinetic

Akinetic is Chicago singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Erik Halls’ third offering and most complete piece of work to date. That may not come as too much of a surprise having brought in producer/engineer Brian Deck (Modest Mouse/Iron and Wine) to produce and co-record the album.

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Review: Hookworms – Microshift

First up, this record is going to be in some folks top albums of 2018, so writing only a fairly okay review is definitely going to annoy some of those people. That’s not to say that Microshift, the third record from Manchester five-piece Hookworms, is a bad album. It’s just a frustrating one.

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Review: Blue Hawaii

Arriving only minutes before Blue Hawaii took to the stage, I was a bit surprised to see such a small crowd turn out on a Friday night for what was sure to be somewhat of a dance-along gig.

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