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The Reviews Are In
Jan 31st 2013 | 1:25pm | Sally-Anne Hurley
Foals - Holy Fire
"From the thumping Everytime to the borderline inspiring Out Of The Woods, Holy Fire rings with a refreshing surety."
Eels - Wonderful, Glorious
"Wonderful, Glorious is Eels with wit, intelligence, darkness, personal issues – and indeed, wonder – intact. That can be no bad thing."
The Bronx - The Bronx IV
"The songs are good, it's just that most are toe-tappers instead of head-bangers."
PVT - Homosapien
"This is relevant, living, music lying between humanity and construction – the organic and the artificial."
Tegan & Sara - Heartthrob
"Yes, their experimenting with synth compliments the tragically emotive themes, but it also fuels – and tries to sell – empty songs that lack real storytelling."
Jim James - Regions Of Light And Sound Of God
"An ultimately uplifting and invigorating experience."
Delphic - Collections
"It's Delphic, but not as you know it."
Local Natives - Hummingbird
"There's resonance and pathos in their songwriting that fills up the crevices in your head and heart, and weighs you down with a sweet sort of lead in your belly that feels both rare and important somehow. This is a fantastic second effort."
Pissed Jeans - Honeys
"It's certainly not for the faint of heart, but for those who can stomach filthy, erratic punk music, Honeys will have you completely immersed."
High Highs - Open Season
"Unfortunately, as a whole the album failed to conjure any strong emotional response, and ended up being a pretty but somewhat forgettable listening experience."