Observer New Review: Wasuremono

One to watch: Wasuremono This West Country four-piece manage to combine joyous, oddball pop with reflections on mental health In Japanese, the word “wasuremono” describes something forgotten or left behind – you’ll hear it to describe luggage left on railway platforms. But there’s a hint of longing and nostalgia there too, which chimes perfectly with Read more about Observer New Review: Wasuremono[…]

The Guardian: 10 of the best movie soundtracks

Twinkling scores, glistening synths and easy-flowing jazz: we look at some of the most memorable music in movies The Guardian Guide ET: The Extra-Terrestrial John Williams Star Wars, Jaws, Superman … John Williams doesn’t just soundtrack films, he soundtracks entire childhoods. The emotional tone of Steven Spielberg’s 1982 blockbuster is one of shared wonder, and Read more about The Guardian: 10 of the best movie soundtracks[…]

MOJO: Joanna Newsom, live

Strings of Life  A fearless innovator takes her songs of experience Down Under Sydney Opera House,Australia, 2016 None of pop music’s great artists would – or could – have been designed by a focus group or a think-tank or a team of scientists. Not David Bowie, not Kate Bush, Stevie Wonder, Kanye West or Bjork. Read more about MOJO: Joanna Newsom, live[…]

Time Out NY: James Murphy, The Hot Seat

Time Out NY, The Hot Seat Musician James Murphy talks about breaking up LCD Soundsystem, selling out MSG and making a movie about it. LCD Soundsystem mastermind James Murphy retired the beloved New York dance outfit last year, and chose to bow out with an almighty party at Madison Square Garden—documented in a brand new Read more about Time Out NY: James Murphy, The Hot Seat[…]