The Twilight Sad: No One Can Ever Know Review

The Twilight Sad’s third album still features the distinctive ring of James Graham’s vocals, but something appears to have got lost in translation with their new sound for James Munroe.

Bonobo: Black Sands Remixed Review

On Black Sands Remixed, Bonobo lines up an ensemble of the brightest emerging talents in the contemporary electronica pantheon to re-imagine his highly acclaimed album.

Errors: Have Some Faith In Magic Review

James Munroe wants to believe in Errors’ new record Have Some Faith In Magic, but he has some doubts.

The Twilight Sad Interview

The Twilight Sad are another of those post rock bands hailing from the fertile breeding grounds of bonny Scotland. Their new album, No One Can Ever Know, is released next year, so Soundbite Culture had a chat with singer James Graham and guitarist Andy MacFarlane to find out just what it is no one can know.

Arun Ghosh: Primal Odyssey Review

Jonathan Campbell take a musical voyage through Arun Ghosh’s new album and discovers a journey of Homeric proportions.

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