‘Choir Of Echoes’ matches their trend of consistently outdoing their former effort...
A review of the incredible second ever Raw Power Weekender at Tufnell Park Dome by Geoff Cowart
The Magic Gang are enjoying themselves every bit as much as – perhaps even more so than – the legions of devout followers they’ve already amassed
On the whole though, Sheer Mag don’t have anything to offer that we haven’t already heard before
A gorgeous debut that establishes Lyla Foy as a precocious talent with a very bright future ahead
if you’re looking for something fun, something colourful with a touch more euphoria than you’re regular math rock outfit, Glory will be as equally pleasing to your earholes.
Nothing’s Real she says, but out of unreal early attention we find a very real artist indeed
Sudakistan have built themselves a reputation as one of the best live bands in Sweden
By the time the band came to play what was a four song encore, the hardcore were hard to tell from the Los Campesinos!
XOYO continues its tradition of vital residencies.
Puma for the cagey, twitchy power of singer/head-honcho Jacob Allen. Blue for the feels you get when listening to his sexy falsetto .
And as they make abundantly clear on stage, this is what the whole thing is about, having fun.
an album produced by The Haxan Cloak was never going to be kittens and ukuleles. Fitting snuggly and without fuss in Tri-angle’s oeuvre.
The Field pushes, pulls and layers loops within an inch of their lives, his hard-edged techno still as commanding as ever
Another serene record from the wonderfully talented First Aid Kit, who are undoubtedly set to Stay Gold for many years to come
There’s sanctuary and hope offered in this album, and you’d be foolish to not accept it
Displaying the strength in the history of the oppressed, sampling James Baldwin, celebrating Serena and Venus Williams, Naru works to educate and inform as she raps and rhymes within the intricate instrumentation.
At a time when bemoaning the lack of British guitar bands was becoming cliché, the London four - fronted by the increasingly assured charisma of Ellie Rowsell - were a beacon of hope.
flipping over the table of expectation with a set that’s as compellingly engaging as it is endearingly dreamy.
The angular art-rock of Franz suits the lyrical arch-witticism and theatrical flourishes of the Mael brothers, a genuinely excellent collaboration
Metronomy are at their most charming, at their most wistfully endearing, when their understated quirks shuffle to centre stage.