You may know Gabriella Cohen as the frontwoman of awesome garage band The Furrs. She’s now produced a sensational kaleidoscopic fuzz-pop solo album that rivals her best work with them. Seductive, broody and occasionally sinister, her debut solo record dissects a failed relationship and takes its influences from the likes of Velvet Underground and Phil Spector-produced girl groups, weaving them into a slow-burning record of defiance and heartache. Just listen to Lou Reed-ish “I Don’t Feel Alive”. Trust us, you’ll feel the opposite.