Karen O – Crush Songs // Album Review

Crush Songs is the sound of Karen O scraping herself up from rock bottom and, occasionally, its fractured torment will floor you

Gala Drop – II // Album Review

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

Chilly Gonzales – Chambers // Album Review

A flawlessly performed project that requests studious attention of its listeners.

Ava Luna – Infinite House // Album Review

Infinite House is a wonderfully weird and varied selection box of sound that remains interesting even after many listens.

Jamie xx – In Colour // Album Review

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

Gardens & Villa – Music For Dogs // Album Review

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

Deafheaven – New Bermuda // Album Review

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.

David Bowie – Blackstar // Album Review

A posthumous review of David Bowie’s Blackstar by Tim Hakki

Meilyr Jones – 2013 // Album Review

There’s a lot to digest here, but persevere and you’ll be generously rewarded. A fascinating introduction to a 21st century Renaissance man

The Goon Sax – Up To Anything // Album Review

a record which is both mightily accomplished and manages to effortlessly navigate the naiveties and pitfalls of youth.

Steven Julien – Fallen // Album Review

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

Wild Beasts – Boy King // Album Review

While there are no happy endings for these flawed boy kings, it’s an apocalyptic vision you can dance to

God Damn – Everything Ever // Album Review

You’d have to be dead not to get a kick or five out of this.

Gruff Rhys – Set Fire To The Stars OST

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

Mt. Wolf – Aetherlight // Album Review

Throughout their trajectory one thing has been prevalent: their appetite to push their song-writing and sound to monumental heights.

Meat Wave – The Incessant // Album Review

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.

Janelle Monae – Dirty Computer // Album Interview

Danny Wright gathers Tim Hakki and Katie Thomas to talk all things Dirty Computer.

Ghostpoet – Dark Days & Canapés // Album Review

Fourth album Dark Days & Canapés continues the live band sonics of its predecessor Shedding Skin while sounding like a more realised work.

Indian Wells – Where The World Ends // Album Review

In the follow up to 2015’s Night Drops, Italian producer Indian Wells aka Pietro Iannuzzi returns with his third full length.

Foxwarren – Foxwarren // Album Review

A gem in its genre, Foxwarren's debut adds further evidence to Shauf's often-overlooked talent as both a singer and a songwriter.

Jorja Smith – Lost & Found // Album Review

Her debut album is so utterly flooring vocally, on that merit alone you could argue she deserves the early acclaim.