A salivating prospect for any fan or fabric devotee.
Citadel may have been their only UK festival of the year, but boy did Foals make it one of their best.
Being free from the grimey clutches of the Man is key to Brainchild’s appeal, joyous energy and critical success. It’s also the only festival I’ve been to and not seen a single can of Carling...
The 23 wild songs see the otherworldly Southern California rappers Ishmael Butler and multi-instrumentalist Tendai 'Baba' Maraire eclipse their lean and combative 2014 effort, Lese Majesty.
Out In The Storm is an out-of-body experience - told both retrospectively and introspectively.
So while some of the wistful vulnerability from that debut is lost, they make up for it in exploring the catchy pop hook.
NOS Alive is an absolute blast of a festival.
The release showcases the fluidity of her vocal, at home driven by a drumbeat and immersive synths.
The Californian four-piece deliver a set that builds from mellow beginnings to a euphoric finish.
You could say that, to him, less is more – and that's no different on his latest effort, Ruinism.
The Canadian heavyweights nearly blow the roof off at their joyful 4th July live show.
Boo Boo is as widescreen and elastic as pop albums get...
First and foremost, this is an album with its roots deep in the hip-hop culture of sampling.
Oozing pheromones, Peaking Lights’ acid-laced pop is the perfect endorphin shot for balmy festival afternoons.
As with its predecessor, the beauty of the work is Adrianne Lenker's ability to blend her stunning songwriting ability...with an almost Brothers Grimm-esque hue...
With his often deadpan delivery, and always sharp lyrics, Strang captivates and charms with less than cheery subject matter.
Going by the moniker of Yoke Lore, Brooklyn singer-songwriter Adrian Galvin has managed to impress with atmospheric beats and plush vocals on his latest EP.
Brooklyn's B Boys debut effort gels like they have been holed up in a small room together for months on end.
A worthy addition to both the American dream-pop and post-country genres.
Rips is a self-reflective litany of personal failings; a stream of consciousness on frustrations with self and society.
Lorde's new album full of heartbreak and Melodrama reviewed by Rhian Daly