The album reviews of Squid, Iceage and Dodie are now available on our website. Of course we also have selected the most interesting alternative releases and compiled them in our CHAOTIC TWENTY playlist. Three of the twenty songs are highlighted. Quickly scroll down to see which ones!
Squid – Bright Green Field
Heavily inspired by dystopian sci-fi worlds envisaged in literary texts, ‘Bright Green Field’ comes as the debut album from Squid, managing to consistently draw comparisons to the bleaker aspects of contemporary society, all under the guise of avant-garde, jazz inflected post punk melodies. Read the entire review by clicking on the image.
Dodie – Build A Problem
A record that invites us to embrace our mistakes through honest, gorgeously poetic, and intimate lyrics, YouTube star Dodie releases her debut album Build A Problem. Following the release of her single ‘Guiltless’ in 2019, fans of the alternate pop goddess Dodie were greeted with a new era of her artistry and the rumours of a debut album from the upcoming artist were discussed among the fanbase. Read the entire review by clicking on the image.
LISTEN THIS WEEK:
Every week we highlight a few songs that you should absolutely listen to. In week 18 these are:
WAVVES – Help is on the Way
Genre: surf rock
FFO: DIIV, FIDLAR, The Growlers
Listen because: the raw and energetic vibes of WAVVES are intriguing and exciting and the way the song is built up, there is no way you’re not absolutely mesmerised by the bands’ inventive hooks and riffs!
Molino – Second Life
Genre: indie pop
FFO: The Flamingos, BADBADNOTGOOD, Balthazar
Listen because: the tropical sound of Molino’s brand new single ‘Second Life’ is uplifting and brings a smile to our faces and a spring in our step. Their alternative indie pop sound is created by artists from all over the world and the band barely fits just one genre!
YONAKA – Call Me a Saint
Genre: alternative rock
FFO: DON BROCO, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, The Hunna
Listen because: YONAKA simply never disappoints, the inexhaustible energy of the band is infectious and the stark vocals of power frontwoman Theresa give ‘Call Me a Saint’ that recognisable YONAKA-sound. It’s grand and energetic and we just want to listen to it on repeat, and repeat, and repeat…
You can find these songs, together with other recommendations, in our CHAOTIC TWENTY playlist: