Embellished with delicate sonics, the tunes expand and morph into songs almost spectral and ethereal, drenched in power and experimentalism. The sound is startling and effect beguiling
Seeming a thing of both steadied growth and continuing flux, the record sees Halls take great leaps in many respects.
Dalton’s debut album is drawn together and contextualised by the presence of thoroughly brilliant songwriting throughout
Does a new Flaming Lips album still fill you with excitement? Simone: I love the Flips live, I love looking around and seeing the faces...
Double Denim // August 12th Emerging only two years ago to a plethora of positive criticism from the likes of Q, Pitchfork and NME following...
Rattlepop - September 16th Should “B-town” even be a critically applauded thing? The epithet, which is used to describe a slew of uninventive sound-alikes coming...
"Skiptracing is the perfect escape from the strangest of summers"
It’s a brave move for an artist to sidestep their usual set up and craft an album made up entirely of instrumentals, but Carmen Villain has good reason on Both Lines Will Be Blue...
Comprising the best of bedroom creation with inventive melodies and intense performance, this is a sweet, wholesome and very Fortuna record
Cost Of Living, the follow-up to their brilliant 2015 debut Full Communism, sees them continuing to fight for what's right.
They haven’t turned into the Klaxons or anything, it’s more that the band have just grabbed some big beats to liven things up.
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.
Slap a bow on this one and save it for beneath the Christmas tree, because summer is the wrong time for this forbidden fruit
While there are no happy endings for these flawed boy kings, it’s an apocalyptic vision you can dance to
Despite the album's gentle fragility, Laura manages to perfectly capture the spontaneity behind sadness as the listener surfs through bouts of her personal process in this album...
Miami Memory continues where 2017’s Forced Witness left off in its expansive dad-rock stylings but marks a welcome thematic shift - Wilf Skinner reviews Alex Cameron's new record.
Take a moment away from the frantic world we live in to relish the blissful sounds of Khruangbin.
Are Josh Homme's gang of rock'n'roll punishers stepping into safer, more chart-friendly territory?
Vestiges & Claws is a fragile, exposed, reassuringly stark meditation on the human condition, with a warmth and life-affirming beauty
Domino // July 1st I'd suggest you give this album more than one listen, on first glance its schizophrenic nature, its anxious noises and eclectic...
“There’s so much more to life, than all these wastes of time” sings Cothran and, other than ‘New Alhambra’’s superior bookends, it’s an apt sentiment here.