Mogwai – Every Country’s Sun // Album Review

Every Country’s Sun blatantly looks to the band’s past for inspiration, while constantly looking ahead to the future.

George Maple – Lover // Album Review

The London-based Australian singer comes into her own as she embraces sexuality at its best and its worst.

Alela Diane – Cusp // Album Review

Cusp is exactly the kind of album you'd hope to hear two months into a new year.

Speedy Ortiz – Twerp Verse // Album Review

But despite the doom there's hardly a moment among these 11 songs that isn't danceable, that doesn't energise us and inspire us to defeat this generation's great monster.

Maggie Rogers – Heard It In A Past Life // Album...

Rogers has since welded rootsy sounds with propulsive electronics. The result is a debut album that's unmistakably pop but crafted using creative, natural sound...

The Goon Sax – We’re Not Talking // Album Review

It feels like Beat Happening locked in Antipodean adolescence, while there are shades of The Pastels' early minimalism, too.

Stella Donnelly – Beware Of The Dogs // Album Review

Lyrically, Beware of the Dogs bears Donnelly’s particular, wry demeanour as she astutely balances sharp wit alongside stark vulnerability, purveyed via her soaring vocals.

Charly Bliss – Young Enough // Album Review

All the depth and changes aside, this record is fun and it's exciting to know there is more to come from them.

Ezra Furman – Twelve Nudes // Album Review

There are moments of reflectivity, in the short and intense hangovers like ‘I Wanna Be Your Girlfriend’ that languish in surf-rock guitars, but very authentically, this is an album for losing your shit to.

Kim Gordon – No Home Record // Album Review

The real treat is that voice of hers: witnessing her tear in to modern pop culture phenomena like Twitter and AirBnB with a mixture of fascination and disgust is a peculiar joy, but a real one.

Holy Fuck – Deleter // Album Review

Yet the tenacious, rhythmic loops of the band’s oft-colourful electronic rock sporadically cradle us from being swallowed into a total funk, instead lifting us up into the funk.

Review // Ethan Johns – If Not Now Then When?

Three Crows Music - 4th February  As a producer, Ethan Johns took under his wings, the likes of  Laura Marling, Ryan Adams and the Vaccines....

Dry The River // Live Review

Beginning with the lush a capella harmonies of 'Weights and Measures', Dry the River delivered a set of exceptional quality.

Kyla La Grange // Live Review

Returning from her one year hibernation, Kyla La Grange is back at the Hoxton Bar & Kitchen to give us a taste of her new album ‘Cut Your Teeth’, due out in May.

Drowners // Live Review

Their fast-paced songs carried them through their set at surprising speed; the audience frenzy peaking at the popular track “long hair”

Peace & Cold Specks // Live Review

Converse take us on a London adventure involving Peace, Cold Specks, beer, burritos and tons of fun.

Sebadoh // Live Review

‘I’m so fancy, you already know’ coos Lou Barlow as another Sebadoh show implodes around him….

Daughter // Live Review

A touching and unusual show from Daughters' Elena Tonra at Proud Galleries

Kelela // Live Review

The way she floats round the stage, holds a pose, hits every note, it's like she's been sent as gift from a far flung planet to please us mere mortals for just one evening.

Festival No. 6 // Live Review

Grace Jones has the dynamic and unique presence of this one-of-a-kind performer proving the most fitting final chapter imaginable to a stunning weekend.

The Spitfires // Live Review

Enemies of guitar music eager to see its demise were assisted massively by tonight’s celebration of tedium.