This Brighton based pair bring us an album that presents a mix of beats, rhymes and strings. There is a combination of genres and styles that for a listener who may be used to one[...]
Synthesisers, guitar licks and electro beats are what this inspired and palm-sweatingly original band are about. Having listened to their sound, one might not have guessed they are from the relatively ordinary East Midlands town[...]
When I suggested this album to my friends, they were all quick to suggest that Empire of the Sun were riding on the glistening indie-electro wave lead by current ocean masters MGMT. The likenesses are[...]
Getting an album that you have no information about always makes for an interesting listen. But on first hearing Movido Dubs you instantly get what it’s about: deep dubby house, with the odd minimal and[...]
After recently rediscovering my enjoyment of the likes of Ugly Duckling, De La Soul and Jurassic 5, I was eager to give this funky compilation a good listen.
Since the series started in 2001, the honour to compile a fabriclive is like receiving a knighthood in the dance world. This time it’s the turn of bloggers’ favourite Sinden. The CD starts off with[...]
The teaming up of two bands that make dance music using angular guitars, screaming electro sounds and the occasional shouted chorus would lead most to believe this to be a typical nu-rave gig. But it[...]
The flurry of promotion and anticipation accompanying the release of their seventh studio album has bolstered Oasis to ‘super-group’ status – joining the ranks of bands such as U2 and inspirations like the Stones. A[...]