This coming Wednesday (July 2nd) is the mid point in 2014 and Drift have collectively looked backwards at six months of new music and put together our 'Half Time' review.
Fifty albums(in no particular order) released so far this year that we've been enjoying playing and want to tell you about. All bases get covered on that trusty Drift shop hi fi and it's a pretty eclectic mix. From homespun Americana, country wailing and roots, through ambient soundtracks, bleeping tones and pulsating bass culture. Experimental drones, contemporary classical compositions, to rock, psych, garage and good old fashioned pop music...
Have a browse of the racks, find yourself something new.
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Herring's poetic tales of heartbreak, love and loss are finally up front and in high fidelity, thanks in part to a newfound creative partnership with producer Chris Coady (Beach House, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Grizzly Bear).