Author Archive for: Little Bastard

Love Lust Faith + Dreams • Thirty Seconds To Mars

Released May 17, 2013
Love Lust Faith + Dreams: an amazing concept album full of killer pop hooks, flawless production and single after single.

“Thirty Seconds To Mars take me back to a time when art and music weren’t separate, when albums were entire concepts, instead of a rush-released quick-buck for a corporate record company. “

Random Access Memories • Daft Punk

Released May 20, 2013
Is the much hyped Random Access Memories the album we have been lead to believe it is?

“The melancholy on this album beautifully articulates how I feel most of the time as a human being, and allows me to empathise in a way I very rarely get to.”

Overgrown • James Blake

Released April 5, 2013
James Blake’s second album, Overgrown, is not only better than his first, “it’s A MILLION TIMES BETTER” says Little Bastard, who is no stranger to hyperbole.

“This is one of the most overtly beautiful albums I have ever heard. Dark and haunting, light and euphoric, chilled but with moments of pumping energy, it covers a range if styles and emotions whilst still managing to feel cohesive as s body of work.”

D.A.I.S.Y. Rage EP • Kitty

Released January, 2013
The D.A.I.S.Y. Rage EP is Kitty at her best: current, slick, and in your face.

“Every few years, an artist comes along with a style so unique its almost impossible to describe them. Kitty (formerly known as Kitty Pryde) is one of those artists. “

Miss Kittin • Gig

Miss Kittin, May 8, 2013

Miss Kittin XOYO show sends Little Bastard over the edge.

“I make my way out of the crowd and observe the dance-floor devastation I was a part of. The room is a swirling, sweating mess – and clearly everyone else enjoyed it as much as me. “

Some Say I So I Say Light • Ghost Poet

Released May 6, 2013
Ghostpoet’s follow up to his Mercury Prize nominated debut is more of the same but with more bite.

“There’s none of the pretension that normally saturates modern trip hop, but there is the same sense of sadness that throttles you when listening to James Blake and Thom Yorke… “

With Us • The Burning Of Rome

Released March 25, 2013
Review. Review. The Burning of Rome effortlessly fuses indie with cabaret and bluegrass to create their own distinct sound finds Little Bastard.

“It’s kitsch, it’s disturbing, it rocks harder than most albums I’ve heard in recent months…”

The 20/20 Experience • Justin Timberlake

Released March 15, 2013
Justin Timberlake’s The 20/20 Experience is, finds Little Bastard, a sonic thrill with a relatively uncommercial soundscape.

“The 20/20 Experience is probably one of the most impeccably produced albums I have ever heard. It’s not just slick, it’s intricate and beautiful, with a layer of soul that, if you scratch the surface of each song, bleeds through.”

Dreamchaser • Sarah Brightman

Released January 29, 2013
An impeccably chosen, and beautifully interpreted, album of covers. All hail the queen of the P’Opera!

“She’s utterly bonkers, and not only announced last year she has plans to be the first person to ever sing from space (!!!) she is also about to release her 11th studio album, Dreamchaser, to accompany her bizarre space mission … and it’s possibly the best P’Opera crossover album ever made..”


Cert:15 • Fr: 103 min • Princes Films • February 11, 2013 (DVD)

This is a film about finding happiness not in the places you are looking but inside of you.

“At times restless and wild, others introverted and depressed, as the film progresses she slowly unravels, leading the gypsy community to think she needs a priest, not a doctor.”