Their willingness to experiment is at least admirable, but there’s nothing spectacular enough here to turn many heads.
The trio are as impassioned as ever, intent on bolstering their already-incendiary legacy. And that’s precisely what they do, unleashing a scorching set of razor-sharp punk-rock that puts killer hooks and powerhouse choruses at its heart.
If alt-country is still a thing and Lambchop remain one of its stalwarts, here they stretch the definition so far it’s frankly useless
A self-assured twosome; delivering melodic indie hooks and amiable comparisons to the likes of Dum Dum Girls, but do we really need another blend-in indie band?
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.
St Vincent is completely mesmerising at her Cadogan Hall piano show.
Our review of Chaka Kahn's new album, Hello Happiness.
As its inaugural festival, Naked City 2019 certainly delivered - we headed down to South London to witness the carefully curated festival offering a distinctly global mindset.
No band is having as much fun with bitter anger and frustration as TRAAMS right now.
Lustrous like the shimmer of rain drops on steel, it’s an album where vulnerability and strength traverse hand in hand.
"The nine-piece band provided both shimmering vocal harmonies and tight, jazzy grooves, making the venue feel more like a New Orleans’ nightclub than somewhere in wintry, rainy London."
Plastic Mermaids, from the Isle of Wight, have steadily built a rare and glittering world that stretches far beyond their island vistas, one that's gravitational pull is irresistible. We went to see them live at The Lexington last week.
I’d love to say Yung Lean and his clique are just some talentless fame obsessed Tumblr fuckboys but I’d be wrong.
Arcade Fire fully embrace the synth and sleaze of their new direction.
We delve into how Tirzah has made the album of the year… and how it’s like Blonde
Ghostly International // May 14th Its been six years since the last full-length output from Detroit's ADULT., who took a much needed and deserved hiatus,...
The tendency to mention Tobias Jesso Jr’s personal misfortunes when assessing his music often obstructs the fact that it’s extremely derivative.
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...
Bridie Monds-Watson does possess an exceptional ability to transport the listener to a beautifully cold, movingly desolate place with her incredibly assured, thought-provoking and astute song-writing.
Graveyard of Good Times is a likeable release that turns its half-baked moments into opportunities for insight.
After conquering the American interior with his surreal novel/album combo, Gruff Rhys is back with a film soundtrack documenting the tale of countryman and poet Dylan Thomas