album reviews

Album Reivew: Wasuremono // Let's Talk Pt. 2

Wasuremono impress again in the second act of their bold double record,...

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Album Review: Miles Kane // Change The Show

Miles Kane’s newest venture sees his writing grow in maturity and focus...

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Album Review: Yard Act // The Overload

Navigating the modern world and all its injustice with a snarling sense...

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Album Review: Adele // 30

Adele harnesses her otherwordly vocals to delve into experiences of guilt, self-doubt,...

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Album Review: Taylor Swift // Red (Taylor's Version)

Almost a decade after its initial release, Taylor delivers a new and...

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EP Review: Holly Humberstone // The Walls Are Way Too Thin

Following her pulsing debut EP exploring personal relationships – both romantic and...

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Album Review: American Teeth // We Should Be Having Fun

Recently named as one of Alternative Press’ ‘100 Artists You Need to...

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Album Review: Lana Del Rey // Blue Banisters

Lana Del Rey is back with her second album in six months,...

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Album Review: Sam Fender // Seventeen Going Under

Exploring his own internal identity crisis, Sam Fender’s Seventeen Going Under showcases...

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Album Review: Lorde // Solar Power

Lorde’s Solar Power is an airy body of work that refuses to...

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Album Review: Snapped Ankles // Forest of Your Problems

On Snapped Ankles’ most danceable-yet-cynical album to date, no societal stereotype is...

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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: St. Vincent // Daddy's Home

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

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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: Lana Del Rey // Chemtrails Over The County Club

Lana Del Rey had the opportunity to build on the critically acclaimed...

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Album Review: Who Am I? // Pale Waves

From the moody cover art to the track names, the angsty lyrics...

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