ALBUM REVIEW: Ghost Wave – Radio Norfolk

Three years on from their debut Ages, Ghost Wave sound a wholly more authentic and lived-in proposition. Ages sounded like the sum of its influences (UK indie, Krautrock, NZ 80s alt-guitar pop) and they mastered them exceedingly well, but Radio Norfolk takes those sounds further and deeper, co-mingling and cross-pollinating with more sonic grit and subtlety. Psychedelia has permeated music strongly in recent years, much … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Ghost Wave – Radio Norfolk

NEW MUSIC: Ghost Wave – All U Do Is Kill

  New Zealand psych pop explorers Ghost Wave have a new LP called Radio Norfolk ready for release on July 9th via Flying Nun Records. It follows their excellent 2013 album Ages and going on this first single, All U Do Is Kill they’ve headed further out into the sonic wilderness. Pre-order Radio Norfolk Continue reading NEW MUSIC: Ghost Wave – All U Do Is Kill

ALBUM REVIEW: Ghost Wave | Ages

by Chris Familton The years roll by but New Zealand seems to have the consistent knack for throwing up bands that continue the lineage that was formed in the early 80s while still carving out a niche for themselves in the overcrowded world of left-of-centre guitar rock. Popstrangers have already released a stellar record this year and now Ghost Wave have turned potential into an … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Ghost Wave | Ages