Maybe we can save the world One of the most compelling stories in the pop culture world in recent years has to be the emergence of the enigmatic Poppy. Having built up an odd, often disconcerting series of brief YouTube … Read More
AI-AI-AI-Yi! It’s been quite a year for Grimes, who’s spent the past few months on a few collaborative projects. But up until now, details of a follow-up release to 2015’s Art Angels had been sporadic. But with the unveiling of … Read More
2015 served up a broad range of excellent tunes from a broad range of artists. Here, in no particular order, are the songs that struck us as the standout moments of 2015… Flesh without Blood – Grimes Art Angels invited … Read More
Demolishing the old myth that “modern music is rubbish” 2015 has offered some quality albums. Here’s Wavegirl’s take on the best the year had to offer… ALBUM OF THE YEAR 1. The Great Cybernetic Depression – Princess Chelsea With the … Read More
GRIMES returns with the follow-up to her 2012 album Visions and provides challenges and rewards for the keen listener… The success of her previous album Visions clearly caused something of a dilemma for Claire Boucher (aka Grimes). The album had, … Read More
Venus In Fleurs The steady upward path of GRIMES continues, paved by the recent success of the Visions album, which also marked the signing of the artist to the 4AD label. Transcribing the dense, complex soundscapes that form the GRIMES … Read More
Without change something sleeps inside us, and seldom awakens… It’s been a very interesting period for the electronic music enthusiast with electropop gaining a very prominent profile via some of the new artists emerging. The term ‘Renaissance Period’ has been … Read More
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