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Category Archives: WRM
Yo La Tengo – This Stupid World
Many people have the opinion that standing still is like going backwards. Maybe they are right but if it’s up to Hoboken finest standing still doesn’t necessarily lead to something negative.
The Tubs – Dead Meat
Looks like meat’s back on the menu boys! Continue reading
Carlton Melton – Resemble Ensemble
January, oh January. What a lovely month. For connoisseurs that is. Could the latest Carlton Melton serve as an ideal soundtrack to the winter blues? Let’s dig in. Continue reading
Album Year List (2022)
Hello loyal readers and welcome! It is that time of the year again where we look back on what came before and look ahead to what we may expect. In 2022 we slowly left the pandemic behind us and finally ventured outside again and into concert halls, which means our list of favourite gigs can finally make a return. Of course, there was more than enough time throughout the year to check out new releases and share our thoughts about those as well, and as eclectic a blog as we try to be, there is bound to be something below that you like as well. Maybe you’ve missed something along the road, maybe there’s something you’ve been meaning to check out but haven’t come around to yet? Time then to check out our lists, let’s go.
Horse Lords – Comradely Objects
Avant-garde for the masses! Can it be done? If it’s up to Horse Lords, the answer will be a resounding ‘yes’. Continue reading
Gilla Band – Most Normal
Wake up you noise loving punkers, it’s time for Gilla Band! Continue reading
Hedvig Mollestad & Trondheim Jazz Orchestra – Maternity Beat
Hedvig Mollestad keeps on jazz-rocking like there is no tomorrow. And frankly speaking, maybe there really won’t be a tomorrow so let’s enjoy this one to the full.
Duster – Together
Here is a piece of unsolicited advice: don’t wait 20 years to get hooked on this band. The time is now. Continue reading
Motorpsycho – Ancient Astronauts
As you should know by now Motorpsycho’s deep back catalogue is reason for concern if you ever catch them live and need to catch a train back home. The Norwegians don’t have any intention to slow down and keep releasing work after work. Earlier this year the band’s umpteenth album, Ancient Astronauts was brought out on Stickman Records and Rune Grammofon. Continue reading