Wampire - Curiosity Polyvinyl Records // May 14th If ‘Curiosity’ is a welding job of big-hitting indierock influences from the other side of The Atlantic, it’s...
Fun, thought-provoking and gloriously intriguing, ‘Lousy’ is one thing this record certainly is not.
It's all a bit like watching Haim in their early days, if Haim then went on to make music that sounded a bit like Vampire Weekend
as with 2011’s Hardcore Will Never Die…, it fails to break the sonic conventions that once marked them out as such a significant force in the world of post-rock.
It’s the sound of a band smart enough to experiment while maintaining the brutal essence of what makes them so thrilling.
Captivating to the point of obsession, LP1 breaks the enigma surrounding FKA Twigs in the most intriguing and beguilingly beautiful way possible
To push any harder on this album than The Districts already do would find them reinventing the wheel – something that, at times, you suspect they’re more than capable of doing with maturity.
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
The Lucius live experience is one that’s hugely transcendent of their record.
It may lack a little diversity in sound, but it's a solid foundation for whatever happens next.
PYR isn't a record for the faint of heart. It isn't even an easy album to digest within the sludge world
KOKOKO! are a truly joyous force to behold live, and they certainly proved this and then some at Fabric end of last month. Fabric. It's...
"Manic is Halsey’s most introspective and uncompromising work to date, introducing the world to the woman known as Ashley Frangipane"
Double Denim // August 12th Emerging only two years ago to a plethora of positive criticism from the likes of Q, Pitchfork and NME following...
Danny Wright assembles Robin Murray and Hassan Anderson to discuss Brooklyn's hottest new property.
Huge, guitar-rock as it’s meant to be heard.
First and foremost, this is an album with its roots deep in the hip-hop culture of sampling.
It's their strong DIY ethos and killer pop hooks that really hit the sweet spot.
It’s time for a far wider recognition of Gruff Rhys' incredible talent, his live show a night to savour and treasure; bubbling over with warmth, wit and ingenuity
This is far more ambitious fare than The Range's last outing; lingering juggernauts with a battered heart at their core
Collection marks the official beginning of a fruitful adventure for the young singer-songwriter.