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If you’re partial to an unnerving journey into a dark and distorted world of mayhem, you’re in luck

Tycho – Epoch // Album Review

Steeped in nuance and ripe with replay value, Epoch is everything we've come to expect from Tycho and more.

Tony Allen – Film Of Life // Album Review

Film Of Life is a jaunty but profound update of the sound Tony Allen initially pioneered, with brash brass, slinking bass lines and dazzling polyrhythms present in abundance

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

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Sex & Food // Album Review

While UMO's fourth album exhibits some of the bleaker elements of life in 2018, it tries to do so in a slick of upbeat, psychedelic disco.

Gnod – Just Say No To The Psycho Right-Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine...

The album’s antagonistic political edge recalls a more expansive and oblique Fugazi as the band lurches from disquiet to pure rage with a flick of a wrist

Billie Marten – Writing Of Blues And Yellows // Album Review

Listening to Writing Of Blues And Yellows, it’s really no surprise that Billie Marten has been doing this since the age of eight

Palehound – Dry Food // Album Review

Dry Food is world-weary and hurt, wanting revenge but failing and eventually beginning to get over the hump

Klaxons – Love Frequency // Album Review

There's a sense of youthful exuberance when you think back to the blissfully naive times of new rave, exactly what makes Love Frequency such a colossal comedown

Wall – Wall // EP Review

The E.P has so far received a fair amount of attention, and with just one listen you immediately begin to see why.

Kurt Vile – Bottle It In // Album Review

It's best listened to when the air is cooling, with a blanket wrapped around you on a deserted beach as each guitar pedal takes on a personality of its own.

Sleater-Kinney – No Cities To Love // Album Review

The trio are as impassioned as ever, intent on bolstering their already-incendiary legacy. And that’s precisely what they do, unleashing a scorching set of razor-sharp punk-rock that puts killer hooks and powerhouse choruses at its heart.

Deerhunter – Fading Frontier // Album Review

Deerhunter have matured well, Fading Frontier is one of the best releases this year - as wildly inventive as they've ever been

Review // Volcano Choir – Repave

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Deptford Goth – Songs // Album Review

While Songs perhaps lacks the fluency of Deptford Goth's debut, it makes up for it in heart and joy

Dirty Projectors – Dirty Projectors // Album Review

Sonically, it's remarkably upbeat, and the arrangements, melodies, mastery of instruments and production are all staggering.

Radkey – Dark Black Makeup // Album Review

With snarly attitude and striking brotherly camaraderie, Dark Black Makeup is an album that will re-ignite a new-breed of diehard punk fans.

Future of the Left – How To Stop Your Brain In An Accident //...

It’s the sound of a band smart enough to experiment while maintaining the brutal essence of what makes them so thrilling.

Girl Band – Holding Hands With Jamie

This isn’t an easy listen. But what Girl Band have made is the bold and ambitious statement of a band capable of anything. Inventive, ferocious, relentless. If you’ve been looking for An Important Band in your life, they are it.

Squirrel Flower – Contact Sports // Review

Read our review of Squirrel Flower's latest vinyl release, Contact Sports.

God Damn – Everything Ever // Album Review

You’d have to be dead not to get a kick or five out of this.

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