Show Me The Body – Body War // Album Review

The New York noise-makers’ tightly wound debut frustrates and agitates alright, but that seems to be the point.

Cullen Omori – New Misery // Album Review

There is life after the Smith Westerns, and it’s sounding pretty darn sweet.

Telegram – Operator // Album Review

So utterly flooring it’s hard not to be mesmerised at the sheer deftness of it all.

FKA Twigs – LP1 // Album Review

Captivating to the point of obsession, LP1 breaks the enigma surrounding FKA Twigs in the most intriguing and beguilingly beautiful way possible

Rise Against – The Black Market // Album Review

Angry as ever, while feeling more introspective and personal than previous efforts, Rise Against prove that a great collection of songs and a great album are two very different things

Fever Dream – Moyamoya // Album Review

Taught and ambitious, Moyamoya is an album which instantly validates the buzz that has been building up around this band

Gnarwolves – Gnarwolves // Album Review

Gnarwolves have created an album that is both progressive and nostalgic, showing genuine respect for their genre and its heritage,

Los Campesinos! – No Blues // Album Review

They've simply never sounded more vital.

DJ Koze – Knock Knock // Album Review

The gloriously off-kilter world of 2013's Amygdala is pressed into a more dancefloor-ready mould as Koze puts his hip hop and house roots back under the microscope.

Jessica Pratt – Quiet Signs // Album Review

Pratt's third album is that rare thing, where the music is so preternatural that it's almost impossible to understand how the musician got there.

Surf City – Jekyll Island // Album Review

Throaty, hushed vocals enveloped by dreamy guitars; a subtle hook based around some analogue, twinkly keys

Lily & Madeleine – Keep It Together // Album Review

New West Records - February 26th Aside from the introspective confessionals of the early Seventies West Coast folkies, has any musical generation sounded so glum?...

sir Was – Says Hi // Album Review

As introductions go, it’s more hesitant handshake than warm embrace but that’s okay – against all the odds, sir Was’ indecision makes for some spectacular tunes

LA Priest – Inji // Album Review

Inji is a strange but beautiful beast, a glowing journey into a space, bizarre landscape, showing off an eccentric and inventive mind - one seemingly brimming with out-of-the-ordinary ideas

Nakhane – You Will Not Die // Album Review

Album highlights 'You Will Not Die' and 'Presbyteria' are slow-burning, piano-led anthems that put tenderness at the forefront of the record; his pain is there, demanding to be heard, but it's resilient.

Electric Würms – Musik, Die Schwer Zu Twerk // Album Review

This frisky outlet for their inner-prog demons might allow The Flaming Lips to get back to those giant sad pop explosions that made us love them so much

Portico Quartet – Art In The Age Of Automation // Album Review

From the nimble drumming to the rich layers of strings, no semiquaver goes unexamined.

Big Ups – Before A Million Universes

Shot through with existential dread, Big Ups’ second album simmers with barely-contained rage

Aïsha Devi – DNA Feelings // Album Review

A disorientating but ultimately rewarding listen.

Traams – Modern Dancing // Album Review

In truth, naming highlights on the second album from Traams is a losing game; there’s not a dud track amongst the eleven

Martha – Blisters In The Pit Of My Heart // Album Review

Sharing songwriting and vocal responsibilities makes for a multifaceted and deeply personal record for each member. Delivered with such a joyful and infectious pop undercurrent, you can't go wrong

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