"Che Lingo’s undeniable talent aside, the key to the success of this record lies in the fact it tackles serious issues but avoids sounding heavy"
Night Works Urban Heat Island Loose Lips // March 4th The original Metronomy line-up has fledged its fair share of minor stars, but nothing in the...
Infectious - August 19th The debut album from Drenge see's the Sheffield brothers sticking firmly to what they know - bitchy party rock. Yep, the self-titled...
The overall effect is of Alexa Chung’s Instagram feed mid-beach break: full of beautiful people and exotic flourishes, but ultimately smug and soulless.
debut EP I Am A Worthless Piece Of Shit is just what we need to shake up the mass of social media lemmings.
In the tussle between organic, analogue elements and slick electronics a beautiful, rich variety emerges. Liminal is an intoxicating blend but no two tracks are the same
Nine albums in and the trio hammers out the most ramshackle, loose, gritty and shambolic effort of their 21-year career - and it’s great
Collecting disorientating and obscure quirk rock tunes, Lucky Leaves is a deviant and oddball album, and so much the better for it
Veering between regal acoustic jangles and epic shout-along choruses with clarion-calling urgency.
Patience helps unlock the sprawling, intense music littered with disturbing spoken-word passages – but only if you can stomach their claustrophobic low-end grooves and trance-inducing drone rock
Rolo Tomassi have managed to merge together complex muscular grooves with melodic hardcore sensibilities to craft an album that’s the equivalent to perfectly unbalanced musical kryptonite
Give Up Your Dreams is too smart, experimental and rhythmic to be wholly tamed by processed sheen
Not one to pen a duff track, Kurt Vile's sixth album is his cohesive best, thanks to his trademark laconic delivery, bluesy acoustic guitar licks and a greater focus on his singing
Sounding both older and bolder, it feels like Lizzo has not only mastered what she’s saying but how she’s saying it too
Adore Life finds the glowing embers of Silence Yourself and stokes them with a confidence that sees the band roar into glorious life