Review – Marissa Nadler – Strangers

Marissa Nadler’s recent move to ‘Dream-Pop’ A-Lister Simon Raymonde’s esteemed Bella Union label was always an interesting one. Her dedicated fan-base, built up over more than a decade, could be forgiven for worrying that those spine-tinglingly intimate moments of drama and pathos would be lost in translation and in pursuit of an off-the-peg trendiness and […]

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Review – Marissa Nadler – Strangers

With “Strangers”, Marissa Nadler quietly seeks to share the view from her window. The aural landscape of this album slowly reveals broad brushstrokes of grey, overcast skies. The title couldn’t be more appropriate, as I was not acquainted with Marissa prior to this release. Navigating “Strangers” requires neither familiar attachments nor preconceptions. It quite simply […]

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Review – Pulco – Solid Geometry EP

Ingenuity. Most of you know exactly what this word means, but what people don’t tell you is that this is exactly what helps fuel the best or the most head-turning in the indie scene: the ability to work with what you have and wind up coming out with something amazing in spite of what you […]

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