Crooked Colours’ return to the Forum delivers a perceptively bottomless combination of intuitive maturity, well rounded self-awareness, and down-right raw talent.
Returning expectedly on-form, Satin Jackets proves his latest album, ‘Reunion’, is a cake you can not only have, but eat too.
Bob Moses give us their third studio album which simply deserves all of our attention.
“Dichotomy” exemplifies the many electronic and bass styles both old and new that landed SLUMBERJACK in the pantheon of industry leaders they reside in to this day.
A bottomless ‘desert-island album of generous proportions, Machine Therapy breaks the silence of a decade with more than enough to chew on for at least another decade more.
A bountiful oasis of unprecedented dimension and depth, RÜFÜS DU SOL’s Surrender proves there are still hidden gems to be found on Earth.
A confronting materialisation of heartache, Qrion’s futuristic dance opus is an intelligent concept album that vividly personifies the human behind the heat.
Purple Disco Machine goes against the grain with his unabashedly triumphant future classic sophomore ‘Exotica’.
Like the first of us who dreamed of what came beyond, Apollo incites starry-eyed hope that this is far from Paraleven’s final frontier.
Solomun’s latest is refreshingly rich with ideas the likes of which we only pray won’t leave us waiting another decade for seconds.
Grapevine Presents – Golden Features rings in a new renaissance in the return of live music.