Spectrals - Sob Story Wichita // June 3rd Spectrals (Louis Jones to his friends) fluttered into shot a couple of years ago boasting an array of...
Are Josh Homme's gang of rock'n'roll punishers stepping into safer, more chart-friendly territory?
Isolation feels like a project of love, as it glides across genres, dropping hit singles along the way.
"Williams made the album together with her self-proclaimed “chosen family” which is most likely the reason behind the album’s organic yet confident sound."
the record jumps from groove-laden synth-pop to ambient minimalism in heartbeat
Mt. Wolf - Hypolight Two Sisters // Out Now The bolder, racier, elder sibling to last year's wide-eyed “dreamfolk” debut, Mt. Wolf's latest EP ‘Hypolight’ swells...
Jeremy Greenspan and Matthew Didemus’ sixth album as Junior Boys is equal parts familiarity and revelation
In the four years since MØ released her debut album, No Mythologies To Follow, the Danish pop hero has become a global star...
Intelligent and impeccably orchestrated pop, coloured with a retro tint
Mixed with the curb-stomp beats of garage rock and delivered with the enthusiasm and energy of a band in their youth, it’s a familiar yet vital display.
Act Surprised feels like a familiar friend from the get-go. It’s got that youthful grit and energy that the band have come to be known for in their prolific career.
"tonight proves that Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein are undeniably two of the greatest rockstars we have" - the mighty Sleater Kinney live at Brixton Academy.
The anxiety and uncertainty pent up in Trust Fund's songs are transformed tonight in to an overriding sense of joy.
Intricate arrangements seem minimal thanks to a meticulous use of subtle dynamics, the result is a record far greater than the sum of its parts
I’m not sure you’ll hear a better record all year.
Nathan Fake has embraced the messy energy of the recording, adding a personal touch to a record that is simultaneously industrial and deeply emotive.
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.
Here's all the fun we had at End of The Road.
Armed only with some instruments and a bucketful of reverb, Panda Bear fends off the reaper with a collection of angelic, echoing songs. The death (of blissful electronic music) has been averted again.
When Two Door Cinema Club were announced as headliners for Annie Mac’s inaugural AMP London series, a buzz immediately broke out as to what the Northern Ireland trio would bring to Oval Club - a tiny, cosy venue in East London.
Infectious - August 19th The debut album from Drenge see's the Sheffield brothers sticking firmly to what they know - bitchy party rock. Yep, the self-titled...