Misch showcased his vast talent throughout the evening, switching seamlessly between the buttery R'n'B influenced 'Movie' to the toe tapping, disco riffing 'South of The River'.
As we wave farewell to Festival Number 6 - joining Secret Garden Party on the scrapheap – it’s a great time time for a newcomer to help fill a boutique-shaped gap in the British festival circuit. Enter Lost Village.
Having just released two new singles, King Princess stopped by Kentish Town Forum for a highly-anticipated show ahead of her Glastonbury performance. Within minutes of...
KOKOKO! are a truly joyous force to behold live, and they certainly proved this and then some at Fabric end of last month. Fabric. It's...
Sire Records // June 11th Surfer Blood's long awaited follow-up to 2010's spectacular surf rock debut 'Astro Coast' is thoroughly enjoyable. Some of the raw...
ASL // September 16th The scuzzy UK garage-rock revival has been simmering away for some time; generous helpings of eye-catching and head-banging outfits are all...
It’s become clear to me by now that Xiu Xiu’s Jamie Stewart can do pretty much anything he wants with sound.
The disbelief, ire and spiky rage with which Damon used to kick back against inertia seems to have been replaced by an exhausted resignation
Captivating to the point of obsession, LP1 breaks the enigma surrounding FKA Twigs in the most intriguing and beguilingly beautiful way possible
Gum Takes Tooth can as easily serve up palate-cleansing ambient interference as they can tear into mind-numbing drone, Mirrors Fold an hour of the most pleasurable pain
Pinkshinyultrablast’s colourful emissions of propulsive space-rock source My Bloody Valentine, Cocteau Twins and Stereolab for an astral soundscape
Kintsugi is an emotional roller coaster proudly bearing its cracks for all to see
Hot Chip's sixth LP is kind of catchy and succeeds in production quality, but if you were hoping for something a little more innovative, then you’ll be pretty disappointed
Rejection, hope, despair and all the usual common grievances of being in your late twenties/early thirties are a persistent theme on Hide and Seek
There are flatter moments to the album, but given its restless breadth, these aren’t dwelt on for long.
Dark, melodic and intelligent, The Birthday of the World is more intriguing than expected
The fact that The Magic Gang exist is reason enough to go wild with excitement but hey, they’ve just given us another.
Their second full-length offering is a modern pop masterpiece – and who’s to say it won’t be their first of many?
The best thing about Helen Love is that amidst the over-the-top chaos, there’s always a hint of irony – take them too seriously, and you’re simply missing the point
Yes, this sounds a lot like Avalanches circa 2000. It also sounds like the pop music of the 1940s, or 60s, or 2020s. It sounds like summer.
Universal High is one of the smoothest records of 2017, but under its caramel grooves and glassy melodies lies heartbreak.