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GOLD BABY – Rabbits

That’s not the whole story… After a lengthy period of releasing various singles, London indie-pop outfit Gold Baby have now turned their attention to the release of their debut EP Rabbits. Having gone through some line-up changes in recent years, … Read More

SCARLET – Wrong Way

Holding on forever… Emerging from the Northwest of England, Scarlet are a four piece alt-rock outfit that have managed to win critical acclaim in recent years on the back of their guitar-fuelled widescreen tunes. Led by Jessie Robinson, the band … Read More

MOGWAI – As the Love Continues

Promises of a memory… Since their 1997 debut album Mogwai Young Team, Scottish post-rock outfit Mogwai have established themselves as fine purveyors of often spacey and epic compositions. Consisting of Stuart Braithwaite (guitar, vocals), Barry Burns (guitar, piano, synthesizer, vocals), … Read More

PARAGON CAUSE – Making Up For Lost Time

Guitar Crush Go… Last year Paragon Cause delivered the raw, alluring quality of What We Started (see Wavegirl review), an album given a bigger profile with a special European release via the AnalogueTrash label. The mesmerising combination of twilight electronics … Read More

Introducing HOPDOT

Haunting songs of devotion and love Despite the turbulent period that we’re all currently living through, on occasion some captivating music emerges that offers hope and optimism. It’s certainly something that alt-pop outfit HOPdot serve up in style with a … Read More

Wavegirl Best Albums Of 2020

Battling through a tough year… 2020 has proved to be a grim year for many reasons, but chiefly because of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Yet, despite the gruelling impact of Covid both personally and professionally on so many … Read More

IT’S IMMATERIAL – House For Sale

Everything is easy Although they were feted for their jaunty 1986 hit ‘Driving Away From Home’, by that point in their musical trajectory, It’s Immaterial were already a band evolving and embracing different ideas. Previously, the Liverpool outfit had made … Read More

TWIST HELIX – Machinery

Let’s throw away inhibition and engage… Having made a big impact with their 2018 album Ouseburn (see our sister site The Electricity Club’s review previously), Newcastle outfit Twist Helix return with their new studio album Machinery. Consisting of Bea Garcia … Read More

POLLY SCATTERGOOD – The Attic Sessions

Let the light fade in… Measured against her previous outings, Polly Scattergood’s captivating last album, In This Moment (see Wavegirl review previously) opted for a more intimate collection of songs. As an album, it was inspired by “travel, soundtracks, Scandinavian … Read More

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