Born out of a desire to capture the raw energy of their live shows, 25 25's songs spark and nag and needle away, making your body jam involuntarily and your head throb
Half a decade since their last release, 22, A Million proves that few can push the boundaries and blend genre with such comfort as Bon Iver
Steeped in nuance and ripe with replay value, Epoch is everything we've come to expect from Tycho and more.
Sprained Ankle is chock full of gorgeous, crisp gems
The sound is maximised, the mythology more ambitious and it's their most cohesive work yet.
Painted Ruins sees the band at their most adventurous and sonically diverse with its shifts, stylistic breaks and layered electronic flourishes.
The quality of songwriting, and most importantly the composure with which these songs are delivered, screams of a musician far further down the line.
...Jacklin's latest release Crushing is an emotive time-capsule that solidifies the singer's identity and radiates an impeccable sense of self- assurance.
Lindsay's graceful compositions feature spacious layers of intimate electronica and precise instrumentation – plucked, blown and sequenced...
After teasing a fans with singles, west London’s rising singer-songwriter Rukhsana Merrise releases Child, in the first part of her anticipated two-part album Child O Today.
We listened to the third release from the illusive, faceless folk newcomer, Cyrene. “It’s strange what desire will make foolish people do” Last week, ‘Wicked Game’,...
It's been seven years since 2012's Sweet Heart Sweet Light, and the world might be a horribly different place but, thankfully, J. Spaceman is still making stunning classical/gospel/blues/space-rock.
Taking a new approach towards writing and recording this album, Alfons sought absolute quiet to make sense of the inner workings of his mind, resulting in an enthralling two-part record.
Having succeeded in this endeavour, The Book Of Traps and Lessons feels like Tempest at her most vulnerable; just her thoughts, no distractions.
Ultimately, this album is a stepping stone, but if Paul can align her virtuosity with her vision, then her third album will triumph.
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’.
2020 should be dominated by Allie X.
For all his elegance and deft touches, no one has a firmer grip of 2017 than Sampha.