“Psycho is the third and final installment in the ‘Evils trilogy’ from Adam Radmall aka Plusplus consisting of eight new tracks that continue on a similar theme to the two previously acclaimed albums ‘Evils’ (2010) and ‘Game Over’ (2012). Compared with the first two Plusplus albums, Psycho is more a collaboration with Bryan Styles (Plantman) and Rob Scillitoe contributing on drums and double bass respectively. Producer John Hannon also contributed significantly. The result is much more of an organic sound that reveals another side of the plusplus yet retains a similar mix of brooding atmospheres and circadian rhythms punctuated by playful folk melodies evident on previous work.”
“A magnificent 11-tracker full of lo-fidelity atmos, folk motives, noises, gentle instrumentals, etc.
This album also comes as SD version w/ remxis from Hmot, James Booth, Maraud, Sukoshi, James Boyce + 16-page booklet designed by Broads himself. And futhere more – a cassette! Hand-stamped, grey plastic, limited edition manufactured by Shells Rattle in Saint-Petersburg.”
“We warmly welcome our new artist Simon Waldram from Nottinghamshire, UK. Simon’s music is a nice blend of indie pop, psych-folk, rock, lo-fi and various experimental stuff. He released his first songs back in 2009 and this album should be seen as an introduction to his work. It contains 15 handpicked songs from 2009-2014. Hope you will enjoy it, as much as we do.”
“Zamalek is an island in Cairo in the middle of the Nile. But also a neighbourhood, something in between. This album is about the sky you can’t see from this island and the things that swim in it. Zamalek is a warm cuddle from your trusted friend, a fist in the nape from your best enemy.”
“The latest addition to the roster of ViVeriVive is Giò Fattoruso, a talented singer-songwriter from Bergamo who makes his debut as a soloist with this precious EP, after a militancy in the band La Bottega Del Ciarpame (and many concerts in the Lombardy area).
Prestami Dio reveals in less than twenty minutes a poetic but authentic lyricism, and a folk always focused on embracing guitar-chords that sometimes get carried away by breezes of violins: a compositional formula firmly anchored in the tradition of songwriting yet push towards contemporary sounds.”
“To help get you excited about the the second annual Lost City Music Festival, Mine All Mine presents this collection of songs highlighting 20 of the excellent and diverse acts performing this year. This free compilation ventures from slow-core to heavy hitting rock tunes; from ambient to folk; and beyond.”