Folk wanderings and Black Sabbath jokes from a Holy Fool.
Thiago C. Desant confidently mixes the expected with the unexpected.
These connections might be musically tenuous, but that’s just more of a good thing.
UK singer-songwriter strives for some understanding on latest LP.
The most serious man in Vancouver, wintertime tropical pop, and a crooning vessel of male sexual energy.
The seasoned “krautrockers” are still a disgrace to rock music – long may they reign.
Vancouver-based Brit experiments with thoughtful, material electronic music
Polish trio expand their psychedelic rock mood board.
An intimate evening of mournful and quietly anarchic folk.
Two busy producers take a power pop break.
A fierce avant-garde metal/jazz challenge worth every second.
Mike Hadreas further shows he’s a popstar for the ages.
A walk through the dark woods, the history of tartan, and possibly a cement mixer.
Canadian radicals lose some of their bite.
Polish duo loudly meditate life under late capitalism.
When two talents of the European underground merge, the results are positively utopian.
Cryptic’s astonishing celebration of visual-sonic arts returns to Glasgow
Doom project goes back to the future via pulpy sci-fi and primordial drum circles.
Operatic darkwave project makes its best work yet from the pain of loss.
A furious portrait of Middle America, with the strangest timing.
Optimo is dead. Long live Optimo.
Glasgow’s weird and wonderful showcase is set to be a celebration of independent music and its future.
A psychedelic slideshow of what Luke Temple did on his gap year.
Mild second-hand industrial rock from the LA underground.