The vicious singer prostrates himself before his audience screaming fiercely cynical and antagonistic truths directly into the microphone.
The LA-based DIY punk duo have brought their acclaimed sophomore album Powerplant to the Village Underground, and seem louder than ever.
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.
Strange Weather is enfolded by a fascinating sense of mystery, sounding like a musical response to a David Lynch film.
the gateway drug you’d hope will lead on to more sonic explorations from Toro y Moi
Burton's behind-the-scenes contribution can be harshly overlooked, but only because his influence is constantly drowned out by Mercer's sour whining
Their relentless, cyclical basslines and clipped rhythms throb with an obsessive compulsive pulse that's often as hair-raising as it is dance-inducing.
There is a quiet anger behind the softened DIY aesthetics, a disconnected wide-eyed stare behind those ever present jangly guitars
The duo have created a wild landscape where you forget where you’ve been and can’t see where you’re going.
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Dry Food is world-weary and hurt, wanting revenge but failing and eventually beginning to get over the hump
An air of sarcasm hangs over the whole record, and if I'm honest, I was hoping for something a lot more radical. Best listened to in the haze of lonely summer evenings.
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
Jeremy Greenspan and Matthew Didemus’ sixth album as Junior Boys is equal parts familiarity and revelation
Michael pogoes its way gleefully through a universe of displaced dance music influences, and more often than not comes out smiling
"At a time when our city’s nightlife appears under constant threat, we should take note of Oasis Festival."
The record is single-minded in its approach, but that's what's so enjoyable about it
There are tambourines and sweet harmonies. There’s a Lemonheads moment on ‘Can I Just Call’, a whole lotta cowbell on ‘She’s A Fantasy’ and slightly fuzzed-up Fannies on ‘Try Not To Hang On So Hard’.
There is nothing brief about the third album from The 1975. In fact, A Brief Enquiry Into Online Relationships offers pop synths, jazz, auto-tune, and even the voice of Siri in an album that feels both expansive and cinematic.
Talk To You Soon is a meticulous collection of glimpses into worlds packed with feelings and ideas that you either already know or – mostly – wish that you knew