Rival Consoles – Convergence Fest. // Village Underground

Descending down into Village Underground to the sound of Myriam Bleu’s ‘Soft Revolvers’ – an audiovisual piece embracing a lot of electronic noise and digital art – the night could’ve only been in… Continue reading

////EOTY 2016////

The most wonderful time of the year….List Time. In an utterly disgusting year for pretty much everything else, 2016 has been abnormally good for music – like the best year I’ve experienced on… Continue reading


Originally published on Radsound. For Crystal Castles, 2016 was never going to come all that easy, due to the fact that their lead singer abandoned ship 2 years ago for a midst of reasons… Continue reading

Together the Sueple

  hello friends. it’s that rare time again where I use this blog to post actual writing, generally this happens once or twice a year and this is my third in the space… Continue reading


As the only guaranteed piece of writing you get from me annually these days, it’s fourth Harkive time, and unsurprisingly, I still find it as interesting and fun to get involved in as… Continue reading


Originally published on Radsound. Hitting the spotlight this week are Chain Wallet, hailing from the icy heights of Norway to inject some gazey pop sparkle back into the musical lives of all whose ears… Continue reading

A Political Interlude

I’ve tried to avoid posting anything like this because I know how proclaimed ‘sick’ everyone is of it, but having seen so many points of view plastered all over my fb in the… Continue reading


Originally published on Radsound. Stealing this week’s spotlight are Karen Meat, hailing from Des Moines and set to release their On The Couch EP for Sad Club Records this Friday (3/6). Following the release of their… Continue reading


Originally published on Radsound. In the spotlight this week comes the smooth talent of Toronto based Tommy Paxton-Beesley, a.k.a producer, vocalist and multi-intrumentalist River Tiber, bringing musical offerings in anticipation of his upcoming debut full… Continue reading


Originally published on Radsound. Hailing from Durban, South Africa and following music as an escape route into another world that eventually led him to fall in love with and relocate to Seattle, Garrett… Continue reading