Low – Double Negative // Album Review

It's demanding music, but it sounds like they needed to make it.

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.

Dum Dum Girls // Live Review

"in this instance you can’t blame them, because the Dum Dum Girls are indeed, seriously freaking cool"

It’s All Happening // Live Review

Dogs on the roof, bunch of cool bands and grilled meats. Three things that indicate all-dayer fun at the Brixton Windmill, this time around curated by zine and promo outfit It’s All Happening.

Review // Outfit – Performance

Double Denim // August 12th Emerging only two years ago to a plethora of positive criticism from the likes of Q, Pitchfork and NME following...
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Chuck – My Band Is A Computer // Album Review

If you love a strummed acoustic, a catchy hook and a clever turn of phrase these thirteen songs will impress

Future Islands – Singles // Album Review

The chorus actually sounding like the sun rising which makes the closing ‘she talks right to my soul’ even more poignant.

Review // Shigeto – No Better Time Than Now

Ghostly // 19th August Using an array of found sounds, Zach Saginaw’s third Shigeto LP feels like a window into his life.Without words to communicate,...

Weyes Blood – Titanic Rising // Album Review

The composition on Titanic Rising rivals even the most ambitious and cerebral of today’s songwriters, but in a way that never seems impressive for the sake of being impressive.

Woods – City Sun Eater In The River Of Light //...

City Sun Eater In The River Of Light reaffirms the band hasn’t run out of steam yet, instead emphasising and improving on their best elements

PBR Streetgang – Late Night Party Line // Album Review

Summer may be a hazy memory but the Loleatta Holloway-sampling title track is primed for smouldering festival sets, and it looms large over this body of work too.

Porches – The House // Album Review

...The House finds Aaron Maine enlisting alternative music's craftiest chameleons (Alex G, Dev Hynes) to create a meditative record that's beholden to the dancefloor.

Review // Mount Kimbie – Cold Spring Fault Less Youth

Mount Kimbie -  Cold Spring Fault Less Youth Warp // Out Now Before it even had time to breath, “dubstep” became a dirty word, its commercial...

Pond – Man It Feels Like Space Again // Album Review

Pond's latest effort is focused and concise, brimming with glam warmth. Perth's psychedelic coterie has your mind.

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.

Live Review // Wavves

Camden Underworld - 24/06/13 Throughout the course of any given gig, you expect there to maybe be a couple of moments at most in which the...

Novelist + Ray BLK // Live Review

Christmas lights were made cool this year with four in store performances on Oxford Street from the likes of Ray BLK, Novelist, Kara Marni and more.

The Bots – Pink Palms // Album Review

A frantic fuzz pot of a debut, Pink Palms is the sound of two kids growing through music and packs a powerful punch

Dim Peaks – Time of Joy // Album Review

In these Rayna James inspired times - with flannel shirts and broad Texan accents firmly back on the agenda - a re-imagining of what we once, half-embarrassed, called Alt.Country seems way overdue.

Fidlar // Live Review

Alert to the youthful crowd’s rampant enthusiasm, the band do their bit to crank things up a notch.

The Field – The Follower // Album Review

The Field pushes, pulls and layers loops within an inch of their lives, his hard-edged techno still as commanding as ever