Title Track: Intermittent Heart
Close your eye and just enjoy the throwback 80’s inspired indie record by Swindon based Talk in Code, there’s no secret here you will head straight back to the neon lights and sharp haircuts of your youth with a delightfully cheerful soundtrack.
Manchester rock band Sylvette are back and collaborating with New Order bassist, Tom Chapman, to remix the already quality single ‘Kelpius’. Here at Off the Hook Music we’re amazed that Sylvette and Tom have managed to improve the texture of the track and a new layers to the record.
‘Nations’ is taken from the emotionally driven journey of the ‘Territories’ EP from BK Pepper, this is a wonderful instrumental debut worthy of your time.
Full of energy ripping at the surface of a track which has so many levels and layers, a mixture of alternative rock and a roaring punk beat. If you like the early days of Green Day, Radio Aftermath and their new track We Eat the Buffalo will be a track you will love.
The EP, ‘Take to the streets’ by Come at the King is a thumping rock EP which has a storming sound and meaningful lyrics worth taking to the street as a template of change. ‘Uniform’ is the must listen track on the EP and worth more than a couple repeat listens!
Such a brooding dark and raw artful display of an incantation, paying respect to the power of the feminine. Be prepared to be hypnotised by the tracks texture.
A sign of an amazing band is their ability to create a whole EP from a single song. ‘Ordinary Boy’ is just that, a single that has been remixed to create six unique versions. For us at Off the Hook Music the FaltyDP Remix has the power and focus which makes it our favourite, go ahead and check it out and let us know which remix you think is best!
A massive rip roaring guitar anthem from the impressive debut album of George Rowlands, if you’re a Brit Pop fan the ‘Shine On’ EP will find a place in your collection with ease.
Colton paints a very vivid picture of the true story of a Voodoo witch doctor priestess living as a free woman in post slavery times in a small swampy town, around the Mississippi Delta. Its a rugged vocal display with so much roughness and strong sounds which are left bouncing over the mind.
A beautiful, delicate display of soft tones and textures which blend so wonderfully around a storytelling journey which everyone should take the time to go on.
Ok we will admit when you can bring a brass section into your sound and it is polished and adds something special then you’ve got us, hook, line, and sinker into loving your record. ‘She doesn’t care’ is such a great listen from a very interesting debut album 'Departures'.
The first half of the 'Dying breed' you fear The Killers are predicting there own destiny, the opening of the track is soulless, slow, and irrelevant to the modern music scene, but then with a lighting bolt The Killers wake up and dig deep into their identity and find the energy and layers of amazing sound of which they are known for and prove there is still plenty of life left in this horse.