I Love You Like A Brother arrives towards the end of a huge breakout year for the Melbourne artist.
After a five-year hiatus, Tom Jenkinson revives his Squarepusher project for an LP that could have been named by an AI.
It’s a fairly short set but they sound amazing and, bathed in alternately blue, red and purple light, it feels like we’re all embraced in a really nice hug.
Dark Windows, the debut album from Berlin-based artist Arya Zappa has been a long time coming.
The Possibilities Are Endless, a moving documentary about Edwyn Collins’ life following his stroke in 2005 reviewed by Nick Mee
Born out of a desire to capture the raw energy of their live shows, 25 25's songs spark and nag and needle away, making your body jam involuntarily and your head throb
Chaka Khan brought the inaugural Cross The Tracks to a jubilant close.
three sold out dates in London, in the lead up to her solo album Diploid Love, the queen of punk showed us why she’s still as relevant as ever…
Though it doesn’t sound coherent enough to seem like she’d planned to release the project as a full-length album, as a side-project, it’s given Lucy more space to experiment and she sounds all the freer for it.
Coming away from the gig feeling nothing but pure joy, not remembering the last time I saw a gig at The Garage that felt like a Punk Rock show at The Black Heart or The Peel.
This new perspective suits him; the mechanical funk of the opening ‘Stepdad’ is among the finest things he’s written, while the irresistible ‘Bad For the Boys’ tackles the #MeToo movement with admirable tact...
Nathan Fake has embraced the messy energy of the recording, adding a personal touch to a record that is simultaneously industrial and deeply emotive.
Dream Wife's opening salvo feels like indie debuts of old; a 34-minute cobweb-clearer with a few middling-to-good songs and a handful of spectacular ones.
At her powerful Roundhouse performance, Paloma Faith looks despair in the face, yet survives by throwing optimistic pleasure at it
Cascine // Out Now East-coast-Americans Selebrities first came to prominence with their self-released 'Ladies Man Effect' EP in late 2010, and nearly 3 years later...
an hour and a half of spiky attitude-filled, non-stop pop hits. And tonight there’s no let up: it’s a perfect showcase for Charli’s perfect pop.
when the music, and all surrounding it, is this exhilarating and raw, it's impossible to care about anything else.
Drive North is a disjointed mishmash which ultimately gives off the impression that SWMRS’ don’t really know what they are.
Taking a new approach towards writing and recording this album, Alfons sought absolute quiet to make sense of the inner workings of his mind, resulting in an enthralling two-part record.
This collection of tracks are uncluttered, stripped back and minimalistic in approach, resulting in a concise and purposeful twenty- five minutes.
It’s a familiar record, but in the most reassuring of ways.