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Collecting disorientating and obscure quirk rock tunes, Lucky Leaves is a deviant and oddball album, and so much the better for it

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Veering between regal acoustic jangles and epic shout-along choruses with clarion-calling urgency.

Gnod – Infinity Machines // Album Review

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

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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

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Give Up Your Dreams is too smart, experimental and rhythmic to be wholly tamed by processed sheen

Kurt Vile – B’Lieve I’m Goin Down

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

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Sounding both older and bolder, it feels like Lizzo has not only mastered what she’s saying but how she’s saying it too

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