Albums

Album Review: King Gizzard & The Wizard Lizard // Butterfly 3000

The only emotion as extreme as the excitement of having early access...

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Album Review: MARINA // Ancient Dreams In A Modern Land

Almost there but not quite right… While sonically the new Marina album...

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Album Review: Wolf Alice // Blue Weekend

Presented with one of their hardest challenges yet, writing a follow up...

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Album Review: Spang Sisters // Spang Sisters

Self-proclaimed ‘sleazy duo’ Spang Sisters bring melancholic yet uplifting tones on their...

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Album Review: Olivia Rodrigo // SOUR

Olivia Rodrigo justifies her sudden climb to fame on SOUR by embodying...

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Album Review: Sons Of Kemet // Black To The Future

On their latest creation, the expansive and tumultuous Black To The Future,...

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Album Review: Johnny Flynn and Robert Macfarlane // Lost in the Cedar Wood

Enveloping the listener in folksy acoustic guitar and warm, honest vocals, the...

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Album Review: St. Vincent // Daddy's Home

St. Vincent’s sixth studio album is at once a lush playground, an...

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EP Review: Fickle Friends // Weird Years (Season 2)

It’s the beginning of May, a month sandwiched between two long bank...

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Album Review: Squid // Bright Green Field

With the release of their debut album Bright Green Field, Squid reject...

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Album Review: MAN ON MAN // MAN ON MAN

A lockdown pastime turned 11 track DIY album reveals an unfiltered expose...

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Album Review: Girl In Red // if i could make it go quiet

Girl In Red has never been one to mince words. Ever since...

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Album Review: Royal Blood // Typhoons

Royal Blood find themselves in the desert on their new, disco-inspired album,...

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Album Review: Alfa Mist // Bring Backs

4 years on after the ground-breaking release of Antiphon, Alfa Mist remains...

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EP Review: Kero Kero Bonito // Civilisation II

Two years after the release of their Civilisation I EP, Kero Kero Bonito have...

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Album Review: London Grammar // Californian Soil

The trio from London-via-Nottingham have taken their bravest sonic step forward yet,...

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