Songs for Sabotage: Night of Joy

Songs for Sabotage: Night of Joy

At first listen, Night of Joy, the debut album from former New Yorkers, now LA based, Songs for Sabotage, takes you back to the 1980's and 1990's and the sweet sounds of Swedish duo Roxette.  It's not all that surprising then that one of the major influences on Richey...

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Little Red – Draw Blood

Little Red – Draw Blood

I really do love it when an album closer ties everything up into a neat bow, with a summation of the positives that have come before it. "Woebegone", the closing track on Draw Blood, the most recent offering from Oxford's Little Red, does a wonderful job of doing just...

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Optivion – Light Spindle

Optivion – Light Spindle

Fusing east and west in alternative electro quirkiness, Optivion first came to our ears' attention back in 2015 with Free Unicorn. Drawing influences from, well, all over the place, Alex (lead vocalist, percussion, harmonica, guitar) and Rie (backing vocalist) have...

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Sharon Lazibyrd – Half Shame and Half Glory

Sharon Lazibyrd – Half Shame and Half Glory

We fell a little bit in love with Sharon Lazibyrd when she shared her EP Opium of the Masses with Angry Baby readers just over a year ago. We know then that the three tracks were a just a taste of more to come and, sure enough, we now have an album to enjoy. Half...

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Beaux Cheveux – ‘Ro Sham Bo’

Beaux Cheveux – ‘Ro Sham Bo’

When two artists who've got form and history rooted in AC/DC and Led Zeppelin come together, you'd expect lots of things. Rock...extended guitar solos...screaming vocals... Ro Sham Bo, the debut album from Beaux Cheveux is none of those things. Instead, the combined...

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Ian Late – ‘Choices’

Ian Late – ‘Choices’

Berlin-based singer songwriter Ian Late describes his music as 'timeless pop'. There's a nostalgic feel to his music, although the nine tracks that make up his forthcoming album Choices are also contemporary, relevant and relatable, with a musicality to the...

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The Black Leaders – Fix Of Love

The Black Leaders – Fix Of Love

The Black Leaders went down a storm with Angry Baby readers when we featured their sophomore album Take It Easy back in 2016. Their follow-up Fix of Love is scheduled for release on 8 March and promises the same provocative rock edge. Before you read on, The Black...

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The Black Leaders – ‘Take It Easy’

The Black Leaders – ‘Take It Easy’

Rock and Roll may be a universal language, but there is a distinctly French flavour to The Black Leaders. Formed in Rennes in 2014, the band released their first album My Best Friend in 2015. Their follow-up, Take It Easy, reflects a journey between France and the UK...

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