Danny Wright gathers Tim Boddy and Hassan Anderson to tackle Love Is Magic.
There's something astutely pure in Ashworth's approach to songwriting here that speaks utter volumes for his incomparable twenty-year career.
West African percussion meets pioneering Detroit drum patterns in the pair's first collaborative release.
It feels like Beat Happening locked in Antipodean adolescence, while there are shades of The Pastels' early minimalism, too.
It's been seven years since 2012's Sweet Heart Sweet Light, and the world might be a horribly different place but, thankfully, J. Spaceman is still making stunning classical/gospel/blues/space-rock.
A year spent writing got the band out of the woods and back on gloriously abrasive form and, despite its uncertain beginnings, Heaven is a beacon of positivity.
We listened to Aphex Twin's long awaited Collapse EP
Radiohead affiliations, Mica Levi collaborations and Southbank residencies may catch the eye, but cellist, composer and producer Oliver Coates is a formidable artist in his own right.
LiS writers Emma Madden and Charlotte Krol sat down with Danny Wright to talk all things Chris.
We listened to Noname's impressive follow up album, Room 25
We took a look at the "heavily introspective and wildly addictive" new album, For ever, by Jungle.
Yet it's their 11 tunes that cut the deepest with their spellbinding fusion of rap, blessed funk and tough soul.
It's demanding music, but it sounds like they needed to make it.
Honne's recent body of work ‘Love Me/ Love Me Not’ is the sophomore album that fans have been waiting for...
On a record of refinement rather than reinvention, the corners are darker and the brightness more dazzling than before.
Abbott provides the brooding sonic ballast with his synthesizers, while Wyllie and Pike thoughtfully duck and dive around each other.
Don't be deceived by the opening post-punk guitar work, this album is synth-heavy and psych-laden...
A rare long player that captures the sheer fearlessness of its creator.
There really isn't another band in the UK that can make the plastic plod of a drum machine sound so dreamy.
Anno is a complex listen that demands absolute attention from the listener in its frantic strings and dramatic crescendos.
Baby Teeth sounds like it was made for drifting down deserted suburban streets in that weird half-light before dawn, full of yearning.