Label: Translation Lost Records
I haven’t long been into Rosetta, but I’ll be damned if I could find any other band to soundtrack an apocalyptic nightmare, probably involving some really morbid things like rape, and loads of animals being butchered. This album is colossal. Continue reading Heard It Yet?: Rosetta – Wake/Lift
Label: Warp Records
Battles have always been a band that has intrigued me. Having been introduced to them with their collection of EP’s (Tras, B EP and EP C) I found their song writing to be very powerful, and yet couldn’t help but feel that I was listening to a band who hadn’t quite reached their potential. But it looks like all that has changed with debut full length, Mirrored. Continue reading Heard It Yet?: Battles – Mirrored
Album: In Nothing We Trust
Label: Hideous Records
The first time I heard Reuben I decided there and then that I hated everything and anything about them. ‘Nobody Loves You Like I Do‘, my introduction to the trio from Aldershot, was one of the worst songs I’d ever heard – dull, insipid and with lyrics that almost caused me to crap out of my mouth in a Cartman-esque fashion.
But things have changed, and last year Reuben released an album deserving of all the attention it got, finally allowing them to leave their much publicised full time jubs down the local chippy. ‘In Continue reading Heard It Yet?: Reuben – In Nothing We Trust
Artist: Future of the Left
Label: Too Pure
Perhaps one of the few decent things to come out of Wales, Mclusky were a noisy bunch of loudmouth bastards who probably didn’t know how to play their instruments and were absolutely completely full of themselves. It’s just as well then that they were fucking awesome, and came to their demise criminally early.
Since then things have been pretty quiet, and it came as quite a surprise to me that the remaining Mclusky boys, Andrew Falkous and Jack Eggleston had combined forces with ex-Jarcrew member Kelson Mathias and released Future of the Left’s debut album sneakily late last year. Continue reading Heard it Yet?: Future of the Left – Curses