More from Lawrence & Leigh

Lawrence & Leigh’s latest release from their EP Hills and Masts is the lush, dream-pop of Glow. Painstakingly constructed using vintage instruments and subtle synths, the song begins with an exploratory intro built on overdubbed choirs of the duo’s voices before transforming into a beat heavy pop anthem and then ending in 1960s style indie jazz with driving piano, brushed drums and doo-wop backing vocals. … Continue reading More from Lawrence & Leigh

Saturday Round-Up

Here is a round-up from round the internet and in-box of some big tunes, covers and new stuff that should brighten up the weekend. We have big hitters White Denim, Glasvegas, and Fucked Up, visceral garage rock from the Mantles and Liminanas, swelling orchestral indie from Dengue Fever and the Windupdeads, new folk rock (watch out Mumfords) from up and coming Son of Eagle, and … Continue reading Saturday Round-Up

Introducing…Lawrence & Leigh

Lawrence & Leigh are a duo from Brooklyn and their first major undertaking, entitled Odyssey, is a set of three EPs, each with its own distinct sound and character. The first release, which has been a year in the making, is in fact the final chapter, Volume III: Hills and Masts. The EP will be released on 7th March. Coming across like a blend of … Continue reading Introducing…Lawrence & Leigh