A sprawling opus that tugs at every emotional fibre in a heartstring in Little Simz's constant quest for musical self-affirmation
After a five-year hiatus, Tom Jenkinson revives his Squarepusher project for an LP that could have been named by an AI.
Domino - September 9th … Or the album the Queens of the Stone Age would have made if they were from Yorkshire. While that glib statement...
Our review of Chaka Kahn's new album, Hello Happiness.
Strange Weather is enfolded by a fascinating sense of mystery, sounding like a musical response to a David Lynch film.
Three years on, Alloysious Massaquoi, Graham 'G' Hastings and Kayus Bankole are clearly no keener to convert casual listeners by making concessions to their art.
Their self-penned description of ‘Surf Doom’ seems spot on; a tangled mess of reverb and distortion,
Sargent House - September 2nd Co-produced by Wolfe herself and bandmate Ben Chisholm, 'Pain is Beauty' explores how "ancestry (and) the mythology, landscapes and traditions...
Tropical Fuck Storm present a wonderfully chaotic debut that's nothing short of unnerving.
If the album's flawless predecessor put The War On Drugs on the map, this effort cements his project as the finest exponent of Americana indie rock on the planet.
What the hell is this? It's Ancestor Boy, the debut LP from Egyptian-Iranian sorceress Lafawndah and it's left us in a mess...
Four years after their last album, Mount Kimbie's third full-length shows the duo stripped back and more ambitious.
Searching is Knox finding his own voice after standout solo track ‘Harry’s Code’. It’s early days but he would do well to avoid being typecast as easy listening.
Loud, relentless, fast and angry, Slowcoaches have delivered a fierce record of pop hooks and big melodies
The Thermals - Desperate Ground Saddle Creek // April 15th With this, The Thermals’ sixth album, we are treated to a trip back in time; back...
Warp Records // June 10th Think of all the incredible things the average human being could do in the space of 8 years...You could celebrate...
Offering something new with every listen, DSU may well be the year’s most genuinely exciting and, ultimately, rewarding album
How To Socialise And Make Friends feels like the vital soundtrack to an ongoing societal change
TEEN have finally unearthed an offbeat R&B that suits them rather perfectly.
Perhaps it doesn’t infiltrate the subconscious with the same grip as its Carly Rae Jepsen influence, but cuts like ‘Bus Song’ do lodge between the ears with impressive persistence
Shot through with existential dread, Big Ups’ second album simmers with barely-contained rage