Much anticipation has surrounded Loyle Carner’s tour, hyped by his second album, after almost two years without making music. The south Londoner did not disappoint at the sold-out crowd at the Camden Roundhouse.
Erased Tapes: Frahm may have just conquered the previously redundant medium of the live album.
Kirin J. Callinan is surrealism 2.0., if you will? An impeccable blend of introspection and diversion
Cost Of Living, the follow-up to their brilliant 2015 debut Full Communism, sees them continuing to fight for what's right.
The Big Moon provide one hell of a good time for everyone, themselves included
These are capital B.I.G. anthems, which effortlessly meld disarming post-industrial clamour and tweaked vocal loops into the fold of more familiar white-label grooves.
Yet even when Frahm is at his most ambitious, you get the sense it comes almost effortlessly to him.
The Lexington - 17th July It's neither electronic nor ambient: London duo Public Service Broadcasting have an incredible skill in making their music highly emotional...
It is a tranquil evening along the River Thames with cordial ambience of Southbank’s Royal Festival Hall, and no better a place to embrace Cass McCombs.
Viet Cong's harsh, mechanised approach to guitar rock - too clinical even for Joy Division - is punctuated only by unexpected moments of sonic madness and blasts of edgy euphoria.
Tonight the band are tight, almost to a fault.
Sigrid's first major headline show in the capital was always going to be a litmus test.
This is a spectacle, savage and hypnotic in equal measure, helmed by one of the most underrated songwriters of recent times.
Sugar Now doesn’t merely appropriate the sounds of various regions, but demonstrates actual, lived experiences - and it’s all the stronger for it
Zoo Music - 19th August ‘Crimes of Passion’ is a garish, glammy, shimmering, confetti cannon. Brash and loud, Crocodiles create instantly loveable guitar music with...
Fortuna Pop! // September 9th Working quietly under the radar for the past few years, eager ears have finally started pricking up for Joanna Gruesome...
We review the forthcoming LP, Pony, from the enigmatic cowboy, Orville Peck.
The album has an understated coolness to it, combining elements of funk, jazz and electronics with ease the sound moves from 80’s hip-hop to the sound of the future.
XL Recordings // May 13th There seems to be this weird vibe surrounding Vampire Weekend, almost as if you should be embarrassed to whisper you...
Collecting disorientating and obscure quirk rock tunes, Lucky Leaves is a deviant and oddball album, and so much the better for it
The dizzying knot of complex riffs and intricate time signatures remains, but Disappointment Island bristles with a playfulness not heard before