Harfang – Laugh Away The Sun

June 16, 2017 Jesse Gainer 0

8/10 Before diving into the dreamy details of this debut full-length from Quebec City folk-indie outfit Harfang, I’d like to thank Bucketlist  for assigning me a record that precludes me from plumbing the abyssal depths of to find additional […]


Morgan Barrie – North

April 28, 2017 Brian Charles Clarke 0

6/10 North by Morgan Barrie is an equally folky and noisy experiment and makes for a sort of bold debut. Barrie’s voice acts as a sonic constant throughout the record which has the advantage of […]


Mellowtone – Broken Rooms

April 26, 2017 Jordan Hodgins 0

9/10 Mellowtone are a ‘trip-hop’ band founded in 2008 from Fribourg, Switzerland, a district that sits on the cultural divide between the French and German areas of the country. Like ‘trip-hop’ pioneers, Massive Attack, Mellowtone’s […]


Future States – Casual Listener

January 31, 2017 Tyler Miller 0

6/10 From the first notes of the opening track “Forward,” Casual Listener by Future States promises a more experimental foray into some light indie rock. Unfortunately, over the course of the next few songs, these […]


Mimoza H- Uproot

November 16, 2016 Brian Charles Clarke 0

5/10 Mimoza H‘s debut EP Uproot is bleak and powerful. It’s sonically centred around a mix of dense electronics and occasional classical-like arrangements that sound like a cross between Bjork, Chelsea Wolfe, and Florence and […]


Soft Ledges – Soft Ledges

November 11, 2016 Keenan Kerr 0

8/10 My, isn’t this one soft around the ledges [insert goofy smile]. It’s difficult to refrain from making references to the seemingly disappointing results of the U.S elections; however, since Soft Ledges are from Chicago, Illinois, […]