But this record is less a riot, more a beautifully shuffling glide. A gorgeous, quiet album made in loud, confusing times.
They've said it's the last we'll hear from them. But then, they are Liars.
The dizzying knot of complex riffs and intricate time signatures remains, but Disappointment Island bristles with a playfulness not heard before
Kylie Minogue's effervescent, floor-filling influence is peppered throughout this hyped debut. “Upsetting disco” never sounded so sweet
A worthy addition to both the American dream-pop and post-country genres.
Ryan Pollie’s lyrics are enigmatic and all at once dramatic, romantic and abstract.
Aggressive, fist-clenching, serene, Torres has become a front-runner in her genre; what difficult second album?
Four years since we last heard from him, on his long awaited debut, Lunice is comfortably at his trailblazing, bat-shit best.
Detractors will say it‘s all triggers and software, but it’s hard to deny Colossal Squid’s intelligent design
The trio are as impassioned as ever, intent on bolstering their already-incendiary legacy. And that’s precisely what they do, unleashing a scorching set of razor-sharp punk-rock that puts killer hooks and powerhouse choruses at its heart.
Field Mouse are a band that sound comfortable in their own skin on their second record, fashioning a fervent indie-rock groove delivered with genuine sincerity that positions itself as an important piece of work in their early career.
A triumphant record of fuzz-laden bright melodies and nods towards that pre-9/11 era when everything was fun and chill
This new compilation of fuzzy noise-pop prove exactly what noise-rock trio Tigercub are capable of.
But despite the doom there's hardly a moment among these 11 songs that isn't danceable, that doesn't energise us and inspire us to defeat this generation's great monster.
The heat of the west coast oozes through the four-piece's third album, melding into their psychedelic haze like melted ice cream into the pavement.
Universal Island // Out Now Clutter is a concept that Deap Vally might not even grasp if the spareness of 'Sistrionix' is anything to go...
The follow-up to 2017’s Three Futures, in Silver Tongue Torres continues in her sumptuous pop, rock and electronic hybrid, musing on love and desire; finding it, chasing it, fighting for it, losing it, understanding it.
Produced in collaboration with Danger Mouse and Sam Cohen, it's also a more refined record.
The real treat is that voice of hers: witnessing her tear in to modern pop culture phenomena like Twitter and AirBnB with a mixture of fascination and disgust is a peculiar joy, but a real one.
MoStack cements his place as one of the front runners of the burgeoning UK scene with his debut album Stacko. Read our review.
Flitting from jangly pop to country Americana and underpinned by garage roots, House Of Spirits works as a collection of good songs, but as an album?