Album Review: “English Tapas” by Sleaford Mods

Sleaford Mods have been, in my opinion, probably the most refreshing act to come out of the U.K. in recent years. Full of working class rage, swagger, minimalist punk arrangements, rapid fire lyrics, and pure political passion; this duo from Nottingham has always been able to cut through bullshit in this dismal world. The band […]

Album Review: KLOQ-“Behind the Screams”

When you look at current music that fuses electronica and rock sounds, you typically get a bunch of indie hipster nonsense. The music doesn’t have any bite to it, and more importantly, it is derivative of everything in its genre. But wait, there’s actually good stuff out there. Enter KLOQ. These guys have gotten a […]

Interview With Two&Two Records Founder Neil Pruden

(I’m pleased to present an interview with the founder of Two&Two Records, a UK label specifically for ambient and experimental artists. You guys know that I love this genre as I write this music also, so I hope you read and give the label some love.-Derek) Derek: Tell me about Two&Two Records, how did it […]