"There’s not much to work out here, just sugar-coated pop banger after sugar-coated pop banger to become addicted to."
Cloud Nothings, treading through darkness and futility, have finally found their light
Geography is a more polished, less adventurous album, but this shows the growth Misch has gone through as a musician and producer.
Collection marks the official beginning of a fruitful adventure for the young singer-songwriter.
But what makes this record so gut wrenching at its core is the narration of fear, despair and hope lead singer Mat Kerekes expels...
Dream Wife's opening salvo feels like indie debuts of old; a 34-minute cobweb-clearer with a few middling-to-good songs and a handful of spectacular ones.
In dialling up their idiosyncrasies, they've expanded the very horizons of the genre.
Danny Wright gathered Stephanie Phillips and Kezia Cochrane together to talk all things What Chaos Is Imaginary.
The duo have created a wild landscape where you forget where you’ve been and can’t see where you’re going.
For the most part, a beautiful hushed- vocals-over-acoustics aesthetic abounds.
We listened to the new offering from the musical goddess Lion Babe, titled Cosmic Wind.
MoStack cements his place as one of the front runners of the burgeoning UK scene with his debut album Stacko. Read our review.
Their approach is both blissfully elegant and intriguing as each of the four songs unfold.
"On her fourth full-length album All Mirrors Angel Olsen seems to take a more pared-back approach" - Francesca Baker reviews Angel Olsen's new record.
Romantic Comedy, though, is the logical step from pop rushes and speedy crushes to something more tangible, more satisfying - with a few sweet crushes thrown in on the way, of course.
Nadia Rose is a confident rapper who will flaunt her endowments whenever she gets the chance to and, with the EP title, she asserts that she is in a class of her own.