The transfixed audience is proof that he is more than deserving of the accolades he has already amassed.
We went to see Jon Hopkin's sold out show at O2 Academy Brixton, a fitting victory lap for the artist after releasing his first album in five years.
Double Denim // August 12th Emerging only two years ago to a plethora of positive criticism from the likes of Q, Pitchfork and NME following...
It's almost as though, what was once languid and dreamy, has given way to a sense of lethargy.
The chorus actually sounding like the sun rising which makes the closing ‘she talks right to my soul’ even more poignant.
In the tussle between organic, analogue elements and slick electronics a beautiful, rich variety emerges. Liminal is an intoxicating blend but no two tracks are the same
Comprising the best of bedroom creation with inventive melodies and intense performance, this is a sweet, wholesome and very Fortuna record
Perhaps sat on a Portuguese beach, sipping on caipirinhas, II would begin to get a whole lot more appealing, but right now it seems a tad underwhelming
King Khan pitches up in psycheville with his freaky BBQ show in tow, gargling out grubby little earworms and demonstrating his best Screaming Jay Hawkins impersonation
It lacks conviction and melody. God Damn are good players, but they need to do some serious woodshedding as songwriters.
Inji is a strange but beautiful beast, a glowing journey into a space, bizarre landscape, showing off an eccentric and inventive mind - one seemingly brimming with out-of-the-ordinary ideas
The latest solo offering from Dirty Projector/Slasher Flick member Angel Deradoorian is an album of somnambulistic grooves
For its countless instant pop-punk hits, V has to be commended – it arguably contains more of them than any other Wavves record.
Divers is a record which highlights a wildly creative imagination, provides deft musical touches and deals in dense symbolism and references
Leschper’s moreish, yearning voice cracks and strains with anger and loss in a manner that elicits comparisons to Angel Olsen, but there is something more intimate, urgent and elegant at play here
The one thing Superis not is tired; it crackles with energy and is at once lusty, sad and amazing
As introductions go, it’s more hesitant handshake than warm embrace but that’s okay – against all the odds, sir Was’ indecision makes for some spectacular tunes
Searching is Knox finding his own voice after standout solo track ‘Harry’s Code’. It’s early days but he would do well to avoid being typecast as easy listening.
There’s a whole world of fuzzy wonder to lose yourself within on Electric Soul Unity.
Cody isn’t about becoming jaded with age – it’s about seeing the world for how it really is, and making peace with that
As delicate as it is confident Migration might have been a long time coming, but it was worth the wait.