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Interview: Gold Class
Layered in meaning and doused in heady post-punk atmosphere, It’s You by Gold Class is one of the more thematically striking albums of 2015 thanks in no small part to the bold and powerful observations littered throughout. This album is less a call to arms, more the sound of a band fed up with several of society’s flaws.
In Review: NITE FIELDS – DEPERSONALISATION (felte, 2015)
Nite Fields create music for those who prefer to shun daylight; those who brood on their own misery until night, hoping for a glimpse of the moon. Depersonalisation is an ethereal record, one that features benzo-laden, dreamy guitar gaze, overlaying softly pattering drums and delicate synth work – the perfect album for night-time wandering.
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