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...
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...
Melnyk is one pianist that could outmanoeuvre Nils Frahm in a thumb-wrestling contest.
Her third EP builds upon the lo-fi eccentricity that has had her hailed as an ‘anti-popstar’.
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
The barrage of banging metronomic grooves and water-based samples are softened with a variety of other truly alien, yet intriguing, sonic oddities
While nothing can compete with their live show, Ψ is an electrifying reminder of what patten can create
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
Every Country’s Sun blatantly looks to the band’s past for inspiration, while constantly looking ahead to the future.
There’s not a single dud song in the set and there’s nothing premeditated about it. Leon, you’re all soul.
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...
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...
Her debut album is so utterly flooring vocally, on that merit alone you could argue she deserves the early acclaim.
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.
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...
Kintsugi is an emotional roller coaster proudly bearing its cracks for all to see
A record that mostly is heavy, dense and incredibly minimalistic, yet still uproarious as far as ambient music goes.
It’s still early days for Anteros but they’re already well on their way to perfecting the art of the bittersweet pop song.
If you love a strummed acoustic, a catchy hook and a clever turn of phrase these thirteen songs will impress
It is the will to experiment that makes this album significant as the resurgence in grime reaches newer heights in 2016.
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.