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Review: New Junk City / Rutterkin Split

“Energized storytelling at its most raucous”  Album Release Date: March 8, 2024 Genre: Alternative / Punk Much like B-sides, split album releases have, for the most part, gone the way of the dodo. After all, in this age of streaming, what are you flipping? Who are you searching for? Despite this, the concept remains as fun […]

Live Review: Klangkarussell @ The Steel Yard – London

Parable Presents: an exhilarating night full of euphoric highs and climactic drops.  It’s a Friday in early April, and we are headed to Steel Yard in East London to catch the Austrian duo Klangkarussell’s final headlining UK tour date of the year. Steel Yard has always been a fun venue for live events. It’s a […]

Album Review: 408 – Hot Mess

Album Release Date: March 22, 2024Genre: Alternative / Pop Punk In the words of the late great Kurt Cobain, ‘Teenage angst has paid off well,’ and no better description could be created for Orlando-based pop-punk outfit 408. Following 2022’s ‘Out Of It’ the quartet has returned with thirty-three minutes of fist pumping tunes, with track […]

New Zealander, Wy Wy Brix, Releases Existential Techno Experiment Clear Licorise

The debut electronic release by Wy Wy Brix has just landed at Cone HQ and has us feeling a bit spaced out! The producer from Wellington, New Zealand, got a taste for techno after a long and classically DIY stint under his experimental percussion moniker, Cartoon, and went on to drop this 10 composition ‘existential […]

Review: Flying Lotus – You’re Dead

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Californian Flying Lotus released at the end of 2014 ‘Your Dead’, a philosophical look at the themes of mortality with a metaphysical approach to the nature of existence, especially highlighted in ‘Never Catch Me Feat Kendrick Lamar’. Lotus’ body of work tends to touch on personal themes in his life such as his first album with his […]