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Los Campesinos! are back and thankfully, they’re on full- throttle form.

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LVL UP’s Return to Love – their third LP and Sub Pop debut – is the result a truly collaborative effort.

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

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Sure, Mangy Love may sound effortless but, to coin a line from ‘Medusa's Outhouse’, “if it's so easy, you try”

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Remember when cloud rap was a thing? If so, you're probably familiar with producer Clams Casino.

Skepta – Konnichiwa // Album Review

Konnichiwa will stand tall as a monolith of grime music. We just hope the Americans are ready.

Nothing – Tired Of Tomorrow // Album Review

Ultimately it’s dark and dense, but also inspiring and hopeful.

J Dilla – The Diary // Album Review

Dilla was a rare breed of genius and this album reveals penetrating new perspectives on his artistry
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Anna Meredith – Varmints // Album Review

I got to hear my best mate’s baby son laugh for the first time a few weeks back, and still, the best thing I’ve heard all year is this Anna Meredith record right here

Sunflower Bean – Human Ceremony // Album Review

On Human Ceremony, Sunflower Bean have the perfect remedy for all those wintery indie heartaches

Milk Teeth – Vile Child // Album Review

For the most part though, Vile Child shows that there’s one thing Milk Teeth love more than anything: making a hell of a lot of noise.

David Bowie – Blackstar // Album Review

A posthumous review of David Bowie’s Blackstar by Tim Hakki

Bully – Feels Like // Album Review

They’ve found their niche and they thrive within it, but such are the quantities of irresistibly sweet pop coating on their refreshing brand of neo-grunge.

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.

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