Odette- To A Stranger, out 8th February 2019Odette has been hovering in the ether of the internet for some time. Having been working on...
A record of hypnotising eclecticism, Scholars is a striking testament to the duo's sublime talent.
The material is claustrophobic – it's The Twilight Sad after all – yet a few moments of hope can distilled for those with the disposition to search through the darkness.
...it's the soundtrack of open roads at dusk, and the work of an artist who seems to reach higher peaks with each new offering, and shows no signs of slowing down.
Rogers has since welded rootsy sounds with propulsive electronics. The result is a debut album that's unmistakably pop but crafted using creative, natural sound...
An appreciation for jazz and funk has coursed through Swindle’s music since the very start and his latest project, No More Normal, continues that love affair with a unique cross-section of UK music talent.
Remind Me Tomorrow is a diverse collection of muscular songs that traverse nostalgia, depression, love, motherhood, and more with new-found confidence.
A gem in its genre, Foxwarren's debut adds further evidence to Shauf's often-overlooked talent as both a singer and a songwriter.
Melnyk is one pianist that could outmanoeuvre Nils Frahm in a thumb-wrestling contest.
Despite the album's gentle fragility, Laura manages to perfectly capture the spontaneity behind sadness as the listener surfs through bouts of her personal process in this album...
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.
Overall, the album makes excellent use of Cara's much-loved songwriting formula, blending captivating vocals with steady R&B rhythms...
For a record that was birthed out of just "mucking around", it ranks as one of the year's best.
Fans of Daughter will be pleased to hear Ex:Re is packed full of chilling emotion, driven by the haunting brilliance of Tonra's unmistakable vocal and themes of heartache and drunken rants.
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.
Art Brut are back and there's so much to catch up on.
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’,...
Post-punk meets art-pop on Instant Nostalgia, as Bas Jan suggests we frequently knacker our own well-being and relationships.
Repeated spins reveal its tricked-out geekery, with moments of harsh distortion or woozy keys both charming in equal measure.
...could three of the most accomplished new singer-songwriters on the planet really be collaborating?
Ultimately, Premonitions implores you to be happy, loved, and to pay it back in like kindnesses – and is that so much to ask?