Album Review: Jack Garratt – Phase

Alright, tuktuk gives a much delayed review of an album there’s been a lot of hype around for quite some time. Here are my thoughts on Jack Garratt’s eclectic new album, “Phase”: Continue reading

Album Review: Chairlift – Moth

Synth pop duo Chairlift delivers one of the better pop records so far this year. Here are my thoughts on “Moth”:

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Album Review: Anderson .Paak – Malibu

Anderson .Paak has arrived. Here are my thoughts on the sunny “Malibu”, an album that could become the best r&b record this year: Continue reading

Album Review: Hinds – Leave Me Alone

The adorable girls from Spain are out with their long awaited debut album. Did the band’s lo-fi sound rock my socks off? Here are my thoughts on the Hinds album, “Leave Me Alone”: Continue reading

Album Review: Baroness – Purple

What’s up guys, this will be my last review of 2015! We end things on a high note with the metal band Baroness. Here are my thoughts on their new album, “Purple”: Continue reading

Album Review: Archy Marshall – A New Place 2 Drown

Archy Marshall, also known as King Krule, returns with a hip hop record together with his older brother Jack. Is it a hit or a drowning disaster? Here are my thoughts on the album “A New Place To Drown”: Continue reading

Album Review: Crywolf – Cataclasm

Tuktuk is back with another review! As always I focus on the eclectic, and I happened to stumble over the new Crywolf album, “Cataclasm”. Here are my thoughts on this intricate electronic experience:

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Album Review: Grimes – Art Angels

Here we go again, another review! I’m pretty weirded out, but still highly fascinated by this one. Here are my thoughts on the highly anticipated “Art Angels” from Grimes: Continue reading

Album Review: Goldlink – And After That, We Didn’t Talk

What’s up internet, got around to listen to Goldlink’s Soulection project. Let me tell you this: It caught me off guard… Here are my thoughts on “And After that, We Didn’t Talk”: Continue reading

Album Review: The Neighbourhood – Wiped Out!

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Photo by Gabriel Olsen

The Neighbourhood released a forward-thinking indie rock album with quite the bad attitude. Here are my thoughts on “Wiped Out!”: Continue reading