Articles by Geoff Topley
Every sound on this album has been lovingly created, it’s the only way EITS know how.
Pilgrimage of the Soul is a great album, it’s maybe just not a great Mono album.
Hey What is a confounding and astounding record that will be played and talked about for years to come. A modern classic.
Love Will Be Reborn is a very fine return to form, probably Martha’s best album yet.
Kerber is a beautiful and immersive recording of electronic textures and piano.
Infinite Granite by Deafheaven is one of the finest albums ever recorded.
With the focus on melody, this is Lou’s most strongest and most coherent set of songs to date.
This stunning album is so brave lyrically and musically. Be proud indeed Tony.
A perfect soundtrack for hazy Summer days.
There are glimpses of greatness, but mostly this is a set of songs that seem to exist and none of them are really that essential.
Beyond The Past is a truly stunning album, here’s hoping we can soon be at one with these four beautiful souls once again.
Dark story telling that scratches areas of the human mind that some might keep locked away.
This album has more snap, crackle and pop than a bowl of cereal and is Mogwai’s finest collection in years.
There is much to enjoy with New Fragility despite the underlying current of angst and dark themes that inspired it’s creation.
I feel there is much more to come from Divide and Dissolve, Gas Lit is an astounding beautiful beast of an album.
Twoism is worth your attention if you like music that isn’t afraid to encompass many musical genres and you have an ear for the more melodic/atmospheric side of post metal.
10 Years Gone is a snapshot of a band at the height of their powers and fans will be elated at hearing these versions of songs they know and love.
Dublin’s Bitch Falcon may have created their own exciting genre here with ‘dream grunge’ and Staring At Clocks is a stunning debut album.
Child Soldier: Creator of God is ambitious, weighty, noisy, complex, infuriating and brilliant all at the same time.
Crippled Black Phoenix have made a record for these times, it is bleak, but it is also beautiful.
This album is vibrant, joyful and utterly brilliant, it truly makes me feel alive, alive, alive, alive, alive!