Django Django – Born Under Saturn // Album Review

Django Django have created another mellowed but rich, meritorious art-rock masterpiece.

Les Sins – Michael // Album Review

Michael pogoes its way gleefully through a universe of displaced dance music influences, and more often than not comes out smiling

Toro y Moi – What For? // Album Review

the gateway drug you’d hope will lead on to more sonic explorations from Toro y Moi

Brandon Can’t Dance – Graveyard of Good Times // Album Review

Graveyard of Good Times is a likeable release that turns its half-baked moments into opportunities for insight.

Downtown Boys – Cost Of Living // Album Review

Cost Of Living, the follow-up to their brilliant 2015 debut Full Communism, sees them continuing to fight for what's right.

Boris – Noise // Album Review

The riff-loving Japanese trio are back, but despite the promising album title Boris revert to their more accessible side

Review // Cloud Control – Dream Cave

Infectious Records - September 16th Ever been to the Blue Mountains? It’s where Cloud Control grew up, and where they wrote and recorded their Australian...

They Might Be Giants – Why? // Album Review

They Might Be Giants might be the only band who can make music for both children and adults without sounding pathetically quaint

Eschar – Nova // Album Review

Eschar have plotted a journey through the stars on a rocket made of riffs.

The Veils – Total Depravity // Album Review

More than twelve years on from the release of their debut, alternative indie outfit The Veils have returned with their fifth studio album, Total Depravity.

of Montreal – Innocence Reaches // Album Review

"A new of Montreal album can always be regarded as a treat, just don’t expect more of the same"

King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard – Flying Microtonal Banana // Album Review

A curious taste of what might come next, and just so happens to serve as a suitably bleak accompaniment to the utter state of the world.

Selling – On Reflection // Album Review

For a record that was birthed out of just "mucking around", it ranks as one of the year's best.

Outfit – Slowness // Album Review

Outfit's second full-length Slowness is an album whose clear inventiveness is sometimes smothered by considered sophistication

The Dodos – Individ // Album Review

On Individ, The Dodo's returned to a minimal approach, and – whaddayaknow! – it’s the best record they’ve released since their first

Jeffrey Lewis & The Voltage – Bad Wiring // Album Review

While his tunes may appear shambolic, feisty and disjointed, they’re much more like three-minute masterpieces than mere doodles.

Woodkid & Nils Frahm – Ellis // Album

Delicate pianos are accompanied by little more than an analogue crackle, an occasional intake of breath or the imposing weight of a single bass note.

Anteros – Breakfast // EP Review

It’s still early days for Anteros but they’re already well on their way to perfecting the art of the bittersweet pop song.

Friendly Fires – Inflorescent // Album Review

"After almost a decade in the dark, the band’s future feels brighter than ever – let’s only hope album four arrives a little more hastily" - we review the new record from Friendly Fires.

Pinkshinyultrablast – Grandfeathered // Album Review

Each track on Grandfeathered is coated with seismic amounts of reverb, making this nu-gaze with the grandest of pretentions

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.

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