Here, the London duo retain pop sensibilities à la Lauryn Hill and TLC but launch them firmly into 2018.
Wishes may not be a perfect debut, but it remains an impressive collection of tracks, and one which, at its finest moments, showcases the initial sparks of a truly undeniable talent.
It’s electronic drone metal for the dancefloor, with trumpets. It’s the soundtrack to a non-existent film about contracting STDs from tantric sex with robots. It’s terrifying. Listen to it, now.
What is remarkable about Eulogy for Evolution is how contemporary it still sounds.
it’s the new Lewis on show here who takes pride in her scars and is able to majestically harness her emotional big bang into one superb album.
The Magic Gang are enjoying themselves every bit as much as – perhaps even more so than – the legions of devout followers they’ve already amassed
‘Unravelling’ finds the band assured and polished. Yet its colossal melodramatics cast a dense and joyless shadow, creating an unappealing, impersonal space to linger in for too long.
Lowe stands as a preacher in the centre of the stage, demanding the attention of every eye in the room
It’s a refreshing live act to see – one where you feel constantly connected even despite language barriers and the lack of “singalong” tracks.
These indie-folk anecdotes and internal musings of a far-from-spotless mind showcase Jake Ewald’s enigmatic, wry and pathos-laden storytelling.
Superball Music // September 16th ‘Wild Light’ begins with a female voice stating ‘No one knows what is happening’ – and it’s a line that...
Robyn's back to save us all, but was Honey worth the wait? Danny Wright, Rhian Daly and Kelly Ronaldson decide.
Beach Baby’s debut suffers from a terminal lack of inspiration as the group trundles inelegantly from one half-baked idea to the next
While it’s true that the Pet Shop Boys aren’t your usual Royal Opera House headliners, their performance tonight is pure theatre.
'Pile' is an exemplar of rock and roll remaining a relevant force in modern music.
There's certainly a broader remit throughout and the songs promise a breathless live show, but; and perhaps it's a consequence of this, it's the quieter moments that standout.
While you probably need to be a jazz aficionado to identity many of the influences churned up in Floating Points’ cogs, you don’t have to be to enjoy the end product.
Equal parts Eric's Trip squall and perfectly scuzzed out pop a la The Amps, 'Real Hair' is tried, true and effortlessly lovable.
Victoria and Alex cast their rich gossamer threads over the audience, and when they do break out fan favourites it becomes obvious that we're caught in their web.
Field Mouse are a band that sound comfortable in their own skin on their second record, fashioning a fervent indie-rock groove delivered with genuine sincerity that positions itself as an important piece of work in their early career.
Lancastrian duo The Lovely Eggs continue their predilection for accented, disorderly and melodic pop music... This Is Our Nowhere is to be appreciated as a collection of lyrically absurd, short and snappy punk songs