Crush Songs is the sound of Karen O scraping herself up from rock bottom and, occasionally, its fractured torment will floor you
Perhaps sat on a Portuguese beach, sipping on caipirinhas, II would begin to get a whole lot more appealing, but right now it seems a tad underwhelming
A flawlessly performed project that requests studious attention of its listeners.
Infinite House is a wonderfully weird and varied selection box of sound that remains interesting even after many listens.
There's not likely to be a better, more uplifting 42 minutes of electronic music released this year than In Colour, a fantastic record which makes a strong case for its author taking dominion over The xx's next album
Jaunty weirdness and undeniably catchy hooks align Music For Dogs nicely with Talking Heads, yet there’s always a certain sense that Gardens & Villa are trying too hard
New Bermuda is a new noise securing its foundations in black and post metal, while pushing into unexpected territory. It’s a dynamic and surprising record.
A posthumous review of David Bowie’s Blackstar by Tim Hakki
There’s a lot to digest here, but persevere and you’ll be generously rewarded. A fascinating introduction to a 21st century Renaissance man
a record which is both mightily accomplished and manages to effortlessly navigate the naiveties and pitfalls of youth.
For his debut album Steven Julien jumps straight into the deep end - harnessing his trademark analogue grit he engineers a classic flip between sides A and B
While there are no happy endings for these flawed boy kings, it’s an apocalyptic vision you can dance to
You’d have to be dead not to get a kick or five out of this.
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
Throughout their trajectory one thing has been prevalent: their appetite to push their song-writing and sound to monumental heights.
Written after frontman Chris Sutter came out of a 12-year relationship, the 24- year-old nearly scrapped the whole thing and started again. Give thanks to the voice in his head that stopped him.
Danny Wright gathers Tim Hakki and Katie Thomas to talk all things Dirty Computer.
Fourth album Dark Days & Canapés continues the live band sonics of its predecessor Shedding Skin while sounding like a more realised work.
In the follow up to 2015’s Night Drops, Italian producer Indian Wells aka Pietro Iannuzzi returns with his third full length.
A gem in its genre, Foxwarren's debut adds further evidence to Shauf's often-overlooked talent as both a singer and a songwriter.
Her debut album is so utterly flooring vocally, on that merit alone you could argue she deserves the early acclaim.