❉ The Manics haven’t rocked this hard in years, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ A tapestry of sound that signalled that the world could revolve musically.
❉ An esoteric collection of Oriental claps, Philip Glass backtracks and sixties psychedelic delights.
❉ The magic is right here, in the Norwegian duo’s clever, esoteric and eccentric second album.
❉ This wonderful waterfall of weathered weavings is one of 2018’s best releases yet.
❉ This is modern day psychedelia that gives Tame Impala a run for its money, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ Eoghan Lyng speaks to Phantom Vs Fire, discussing how their brand of music is made.
❉ A seismic Celtic record, daring in its musical content, showcasing Gwenno’s vocal gift at its best.
❉ Ambient and avant-garde, this is dexterous and dense, as introspective as it is expressive.