“Effortless and primitive.”
Björk’s ninth album is sublimely philosophical.
“At times, Tove’s sound is almost indistinguishable from Lorde’s, and at other times Sia’s. That said, ‘BLUE LIPS’ is her most sonically adventurous album yet.”
“Not what you’re expecting.”
“A trailblazing concept album”
‘Fatherland’ is “deeply personal” and “gorgeously progressive”
In ‘Aromanticism’, Moses Sumney has a career-defining album.
Spanning 10 tracks, the album encapsulates British India’s high-tempo indie rock sound in a new light…
Tired Lion have done some growing up.
The National confront relationship rift and ruin on their darkly melancholic new album.
Our verdict on The Belligerents’ long anticipated debut album.
Everything Everything “make a plethora of weird shapes” on their new album.
LA four-piece Foster The People return to the fore with their third studio album ‘Sacred Hearts Club’
“A spellbinding body of work”
Husky step away from their folk roots towards propulsive rock sound without breaking stride.
The Dead Daisies set their guitars to stun on Live & Louder…
Eight tracks of acerbic post-punk that will leave you mouthing the words “next big thing”
“Retro pop and modern indie collide like colours on a splatter canvas in Dappled Cities’ sublime new LP.”
On his new album, Ásgeir is fuller and bolder, more diverse and more vulnerable, all in the same breath.
‘A focused effort to bring life and validity to whatever unfinished business At the Drive-In may have’