The best live music in Leeds this week – including Mattiel, Girlpool, Joan As Police Woman and the ninth edition of 360RAW.
Girlpool’s third studio album ‘What Chaos Is Imaginary’ is uncharacteristically lethargic and lacking in ideas compared to their previous records.
Girlpool’s second album ‘Powerplant’ both expands and refines their playful lo-fi sound.
Diet Cig’s debut leaves the duo with room to improve, but is still one of the funnest pop punk albums you’re likely to come across this summer.
by Ed Biggs L.A.-via-Philadelphia punk duo Girlpool made one of the most bracing mini-LPs of 2014, their self-titled effort which was re-released by the prestigious indie imprint Wichita by the end of the year. Now up to their first proper album release Cleo Tucker (guitar, vocals) and Harmony Tividad (bass, vocals) (there is no drummer) use Before The World Was Big as a blank canvas to convey a complete distillation of