All the depth and changes aside, this record is fun and it's exciting to know there is more to come from them.
Run Around The Sun sees the band playing on themes of insecurity, loneliness and resilience.
Phantom Forest is her most sonically taut yet – one for listeners seeking evened plains – a concept record about humanity’s disregard for nature that’s set to a crisp, synth-pop soundtrack.
Amyl and The Sniffers are an unstoppable force of energy. With their self-titled debut album, the Aussie four-piece assert themselves as one of the world’s most explosive new bands.
An air of sarcasm hangs over the whole record, and if I'm honest, I was hoping for something a lot more radical. Best listened to in the haze of lonely summer evenings.
...the trio return with their third studio album, A Quiet Ritual, offering a poetic and sobering commentary on the concept of death.
We listened to Rukhsana Merise's brand new album, Today.
Act Surprised feels like a familiar friend from the get-go. It’s got that youthful grit and energy that the band have come to be known for in their prolific career.
Levanskiy is not paying homage, she’s simply setting out a new blueprint for us to embrace, examine and worship.
As for the feel of their debut album, ‘hectic’ doesn’t even do it justice.
For a band constantly criticised for being overly arch, they’ve always sounded joyfully unpretentious. And so it remains.
Their eighth album comfortably meets and exceeds the breadth of their past decade’s aural sublimity.
Recorded in the aftermath of a break-up and a period of self-reflection, Stockholm Marathon is the epitome of bittersweet...
Danny Wright gathered Tara Joshi and Eki Igbinoba to discuss surely one of the finest records of the year.
Boosted by previously-released singles ‘Superstar’ and ‘Baby’, her dual-concept album LOVE + FEAR holds our hand as we venture through a jungle of infatuation, confusion and growth.
If the eighteen-second and aptly titled ‘Mean’ makes you to question what this noise is yet draws you to listen further, you’re perhaps on the right track.
LuvHz, her debut EP, is a succinct introduction to Mendoza’s imagination, full of kaleidoscopic range that merges with surprising cohesiveness.
On Oh My God, Morby excels himself not by broadening his palette, but refining it.
Bridie Monds-Watson does possess an exceptional ability to transport the listener to a beautifully cold, movingly desolate place with her incredibly assured, thought-provoking and astute song-writing.
...But, for all those generous nods to the Hold Steady’s beloved motifs, Craig Finn’s made a glorious solo record that sounds nothing like his regular band and, more so, doesn’t leave us kinda wishing it did.
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