The first of Haley Bonar’s five albums to ever receive a UK release, three tracks in you'll already be itching to delve deeper into her back catalogue
A gorgeous album of grown-up pop that proves the phrase ‘guilty pleasure’ is the domain of those already dead inside.
Barnett’s debut album is a resounding success chiefly because she’s one of the most lyrical and endearing recording artists around.
An Afrobeat pioneer playing keyboards for both Fela and Femi Kuti, his third solo album You No Fit Touch Am displays a more moderate temper than Sosimi's forebears
But it’s not. Instead, it stands as one of Paradise Lost’s most creative and diverse albums.
For all its acerbic political critiques, Joyless has all the depth and focus of a GCSE Politics class run by Just Jack
A self-help album might be a statement too far, but clearly DPU have created something that all listeners can relate too - and even if it's a helping hand to one person, then this is surely a triumph in its own right
In truth, naming highlights on the second album from Traams is a losing game; there’s not a dud track amongst the eleven
Drive North is a disjointed mishmash which ultimately gives off the impression that SWMRS’ don’t really know what they are.
The Field pushes, pulls and layers loops within an inch of their lives, his hard-edged techno still as commanding as ever
A brilliant collection of instrumentals that focus on Mergia’s ridiculous knack for melodic instrumentals that infused the spirit of the Ethiopian Ghion hotel’s famed nightclub
"A new of Montreal album can always be regarded as a treat, just don’t expect more of the same"
At times epic, at times uneasy, always thought-provoking and clever, you will find yourself returning to the Moon Saloon and you’ll feel like a better person when you come out
Going by the moniker of Yoke Lore, Brooklyn singer-songwriter Adrian Galvin has managed to impress with atmospheric beats and plush vocals on his latest EP.
There’s sanctuary and hope offered in this album, and you’d be foolish to not accept it
But the songwriting is magnificent throughout, and anyone with an interest in forward thinking pop should head to Brazil immediately.
There are some suitably jagged guitars, but it's very synth heavy; a more film soundtrack-ready affair.
The album's glacial sparsity does sound jarring in the middle of summer, but they’ve always been a band of blending dynamics.
Breaking new ground or on the decline like Arcade Fire? Gemma Samways and Danny Wright dissect one of the year's biggest releases.
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.
As much as Onyx Collective's 'Lower East Suite Part Three' is a challenging listen, it is also deeply rewarding...