ATP Recordings // July 22nd After soundtracking the Olympics opening ceremony there might have been some pressure on Andrew Hung and Benjamin John Power to...
Border Community // June 17th There’s a fine line between beauty and chaos. Think Jackson Pollock, think Picasso, think Lindsey Lohan. Visionaries who blurred the edge of...
Nihjgt Feelings // Out Now Introverted, menacing, bleak and oddly compelling: The debut album from once Tri-Angle records signed producer oOoOO is a distinctly claustrophobic...
There is no let up. The weak, the children and the elderly are left to wither and die at the bar. It's brutal.
Like each Danny Brown album, Atrocity Exhibition is less commercial than the last, putting in him in the unique position of being a rapper whose star rises as his crossover potential diminishes
Though the occasional rallying cry is dated by agit-skank circa the band’s nineties inception, ADF’s ace remains their fusion of bhangra, ragas and Eastern percussion to punky dancehall and drum’n’bass
In their quest to merge their two spheres you feel like Howling are still finding the perfect match.
A gorgeous debut that establishes Lyla Foy as a precocious talent with a very bright future ahead
No matter what mood Rolling Blackouts C.F. are in, you'll want to weather the storm with them.
This time, he's apparently digging the Pet Shop Boys and New Order. And man, do I dig how he digs the Pet Shop Boys and New Order.
Honne's recent body of work ‘Love Me/ Love Me Not’ is the sophomore album that fans have been waiting for...
Dilla was a rare breed of genius and this album reveals penetrating new perspectives on his artistry
100 Club - September 3rd September is upon us. The nights are noticeably drawing in. Summer is, alas, over. But as citizens of the U.K....
Slow Buzz, which comes via ever-loving US indie home Father/Daughter, is the Philadelphia-based four-piece's third LP and their most rambunctious and life-affirming to date.
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.
Apollo Records // July 22nd After years of shame brought on by Geordie Shore, the citizens of Newcastle upon Tyne have reason to rejoice in...
This is an intriguing and entertaining first full-length offering, but one which feels more like a prologue, not quite chapter one.
It’s a mark of how good Wolf Alice are that, even though they’re ill, they still manage to put in a performance most bands would struggle to match in perfect health.
Cage Tropical contains all of the refined maturity that comes from a fourth solo album.
To push any harder on this album than The Districts already do would find them reinventing the wheel – something that, at times, you suspect they’re more than capable of doing with maturity.
"in this instance you can’t blame them, because the Dum Dum Girls are indeed, seriously freaking cool"