Their uncompromising drive for gnarly sound is challenging but the album refuses to degenerate into ugliness.
This is an overwhelmingly immersive release that deliberately shies away from being solely electronica
the unquestionably brilliant Desperate Journalist create an indie sonic boom at the launch of their self-titled debut album
From sprawling seven-minute epics to searing eruptions of thirty-second vitriol, I’m headbanging all the way down the Northern Line.
Staying true to her Rinse FM roots, Katy B’s worked with Geeneus, George Fitzgerald, Jacques Greene and Artwork to create big-hearted pop
The confidence from Porches on Pool is striking in comparison to what has come before; if this meticulous process continues to result in brave, beguiling records such as this one, long may it continue
Teeth Dreams delivers everything we’ve come to expect: it’s about as surprising as watching a rerun of Friends, but as deeply comforting too.
And there you have it. Royal Headache have outdone themselves and become one of indie’s most vital acts.
Three Crows Music - 4th February As a producer, Ethan Johns took under his wings, the likes of Laura Marling, Ryan Adams and the Vaccines....
For a debut performance, Mark certainly displayed potential.
Hot Chip's sixth LP is kind of catchy and succeeds in production quality, but if you were hoping for something a little more innovative, then you’ll be pretty disappointed
There’s slightly more polish to proceedings these days, and Lou Barlow is rightly given room to shine, but for the most part, it’s just a welcome elongation of their heyday
Ultimately, this record succeeds because of its earnest, uplifting spirit. A reason to be hopeful, indeed.
In fact, the entire audience behaved like Hadreas had just walked out and held a knife up to each and everyone’s throat.
SQE Music // June 10th Consistency has always been a problem for CSS and in perfect keeping with tradition; they skip gleefully from the sublimely...
The Chicago producer's latest is perfected not just in the odd combinations of skittering snare fills, bleeps and pulsating ambient washes – but in the way he’s mixed it, with each element cleverly balanced and holistically intertwined
Recorded in just ten days, Songs Of Praise is entirely flab-free, and ably captures the visceral energy and the grimy, claustrophobic feel of the five-piece's legendary live performances.
This year we went out to Slottsfjell festival in Tønsberg, Norway, to hang out on a mountain, watch some bands and eat a whole...
Kate Solomon and Hassan Anderson deconstruct Annie Clark's latest LP.
All things aside, Ben Howard is still an absolute master of his art. He’s the whole package.
Nothing’s Real she says, but out of unreal early attention we find a very real artist indeed