Review // Gold Panda – Half Of Where You Live

NOTOWN  // June 10th It's strange to think that it’s been four years since 'Quitter's Raga' entered our consciousness, but here we are with Derwin's...

Review // Nightworks – Urban Heat Island

Night Works Urban Heat Island Loose Lips // March 4th The original Metronomy line-up has fledged its fair share of minor stars, but nothing in the...

Lubomyr Melnyk – Fallen Trees // Album Review

Melnyk is one pianist that could outmanoeuvre Nils Frahm in a thumb-wrestling contest.

ShitKid – This Is It // EP Review

Her third EP builds upon the lo-fi eccentricity that has had her hailed as an ‘anti-popstar’.

Daniel Woolhouse – What’s That Sound? // Album Review

Deptford Goth has changed his name and just as well for all the voracious Deptford Goths keeping a beady eye out for a new record that sounds like his old records because this one doesn’t

Matmos – Ultimate Care II // Album Review

The barrage of banging metronomic grooves and water-based samples are softened with a variety of other truly alien, yet intriguing, sonic oddities

patten – Ψ // Album Review

While nothing can compete with their live show, Ψ is an electrifying reminder of what patten can create

Fuzz – II // Album Review

II is something of a mammoth, but when it comes to loud and heavy seventies-style rock there are few better ways to spend your time

Mogwai – Every Country’s Sun // Album Review

Every Country’s Sun blatantly looks to the band’s past for inspiration, while constantly looking ahead to the future.

Leon Bridges – Coming Home // Album Review

There’s not a single dud song in the set and there’s nothing premeditated about it. Leon, you’re all soul.

Review // The Men – New Moon

The Men New Moon Sacred Bones // March 4th   Prolific is a word that has its ambiguities and The Men are a group that stretch its...

Review // Eleanor Friedberger – Personal Record

Merge // June 4th ‘Last Summer’, the 2011 solo debut born amidst the hiatus/combustion of Fiery Furnaces, remained puzzlingly undiscovered by the record-downloading public. This...

Jorja Smith – Lost & Found // Album Review

Her debut album is so utterly flooring vocally, on that merit alone you could argue she deserves the early acclaim.

Anna Calvi – One Breath // Album Review

Recorded in five weeks, as opposed to two and a half years, there’s a sense of spontaneity to Anna Calvi’s second LP that was lacking on her meticulously-crafted debut.

Review // Crushed Beaks – Tropes

ASL // September 16th The scuzzy UK garage-rock revival has been simmering away for some time; generous helpings of eye-catching and head-banging outfits are all...

Death Cab For Cutie – Kintsugi // Album Review

Kintsugi is an emotional roller coaster proudly bearing its cracks for all to see

Bing & Ruth – No Home Of The Mind // Album Review

A record that mostly is heavy, dense and incredibly minimalistic, yet still uproarious as far as ambient music goes.

Anteros – Breakfast // EP Review

It’s still early days for Anteros but they’re already well on their way to perfecting the art of the bittersweet pop song.

Chuck – My Band Is A Computer // Album Review

If you love a strummed acoustic, a catchy hook and a clever turn of phrase these thirteen songs will impress
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1-800 Dinosaur presents Trim // Album Review

It is the will to experiment that makes this album significant as the resurgence in grime reaches newer heights in 2016.

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Hypnotic Eye // Album review

a return to form that thankfully buries the memory of the corny The Last DJ and the exhausted blues pastiche of Mojo to another era.

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