Tag Archives: garage rock

Jasper’s Purchase Of The Week // Bon Iver / Solange / Jenny Hval / Tycho / Goose / Adult Future / Fatal Jamz / Mylko

Jasper's Purchase Of The Week // Bon Iver / Solange / Jenny Hval / Tycho / Goose / Adult Future / Fatal Jamz / Mylko

Seeing as it’s becoming more and more regular that I’m getting less and less time for blogging it’s meaning I’m having to prioritise a tad with the new bands/ artists/ music stuff (the NMTs) taking favour over the new album … Continue reading

Jasper’s New Music Takeaway // Jackson Reed / Failr / Slowes / JonoJosh

Jasper's New Music Takeaway // Jackson Reed / Failr / Slowes / JonoJosh

Same vibe as yesterday in the POTW time wise I’m afraid (if you missed yesterday’s I won’t miss another chance to shamelessly promote my own new tune which you can Listen to HERE) so gonna be a slightly shorter NMT … Continue reading

Jasper’s New Music Takeaway // Sol / Adam Betts / Luna Bay / ROOD / Hydrogen Sea / Bruno Major

Jasper's New Music Takeaway // Sol / Adam Betts / Luna Bay / ROOD / Hydrogen Sea / Bruno Major

  Artist / Band Name – Sol Latest Release – Release Date – NOW on Soundcloud only as far as I can gather The Word – Electronic pop with RnB undertones, and an experimental edge coming from it’s ace production from … Continue reading

Jasper’s Purchase Of The Week // Stee Downes / Thee Oh Sees / Carina Round

Jasper's Purchase Of The Week // Stee Downes / Thee Oh Sees / Carina Round

Stee Downes – The Bigger Picture  Taken a fair while for Stee Downes to put out his follow up to his ace debut album, All In A Day, 8 years in fact, but then I suppose if you’re lending your voice … Continue reading

Jasper’s Purchase Of The Week – Bloc Party // MONEY / Seafret / Wet / Tuff Love / Turin Brakes / Pablo Nouvelle

Jasper's Purchase Of The Week - Bloc Party // MONEY / Seafret / Wet / Tuff Love / Turin Brakes / Pablo Nouvelle

Bloc Party – HYMNS For me, since their exciting and very promising debut album, Silent Alarm, back in 2004, Bloc Party have never quite fulfilled the early promise on any of the subsequent follow ups. They always kinda seemed conflicted between sticking to … Continue reading