If you’re partial to an unnerving journey into a dark and distorted world of mayhem, you’re in luck
Steeped in nuance and ripe with replay value, Epoch is everything we've come to expect from Tycho and more.
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
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
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.
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
Listening to Writing Of Blues And Yellows, it’s really no surprise that Billie Marten has been doing this since the age of eight
Dry Food is world-weary and hurt, wanting revenge but failing and eventually beginning to get over the hump
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
The E.P has so far received a fair amount of attention, and with just one listen you immediately begin to see why.
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.
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 have matured well, Fading Frontier is one of the best releases this year - as wildly inventive as they've ever been
Jagjaguwar // September 2nd Since 2009, a lot has changed for Volcano Choir, rewind four years when Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and members from Collections...
While Songs perhaps lacks the fluency of Deptford Goth's debut, it makes up for it in heart and joy
Sonically, it's remarkably upbeat, and the arrangements, melodies, mastery of instruments and production are all staggering.
With snarly attitude and striking brotherly camaraderie, Dark Black Makeup is an album that will re-ignite a new-breed of diehard punk fans.
It’s the sound of a band smart enough to experiment while maintaining the brutal essence of what makes them so thrilling.
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.
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You’d have to be dead not to get a kick or five out of this.