Album Review: God First // Mr Jukes

If there’s one good thing to have emerged from the temporary loss...

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Album Review: Everything Now // Arcade Fire

Arcade Fire’s repertoire by now constitutes a plethora of strings adorning their...

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Album Review: This Old Dog // Mac DeMarco

At first glance, one would be forgiven for branding Mac DeMarco as nothing more...

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Album Review: Love In The 4th Dimension // The Big Moon

With a taste for sun-tinted indie-rock and nonchalance, The Big Moon are a band...

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Album Review: Pure Comedy // Father John Misty

Father John Misty was 2015’s definitive songwriting dreamboat. With his merge of...

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Album Review: Flying Microtonal Banana // King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard

Building notoriety as quite literally the most bonkers band about, the Australian experimental/psychedelic/weird outfit King...

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Album Review: Please Be Mine // Molly Burch

As we’ve all come to expect, Captured Tracks label (home of Mac...

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Album Review: Dumb Blood // VANT

From first seeing the London-based quartet VANT play the small Springtide Festival in 2015,...

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Album Review: Fin // Syd

It is no secret that Odd Future, the LA based hip-hop collective...

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Album Review: Fresh Air // Homeshake

Homeshake may not be a household name, but this high-pitched, laid back,...

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Album Review: RTJ3 // Run The Jewels

While everyone was busy being merry and getting festively plump, El-P and...

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Album Review: Hamburg Demonstrations // Peter Doherty

It’s been a long time since Peter Doherty’s youthful and acoustic debut...

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Album Review: Lewis Del Mar // Lewis Del Mar

Being set up as the next ‘biggest band in the world’ by...

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Album Review: All Your Happy Life // The Wytches

With a debut album as unorthodox and straight up brilliant as ‘Annabel...

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Album Review: Trick // Jamie T

“I don’t want the next album to take 5 years”, says Wimbledon’s...

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Album Review: How to be a Human Being // Glass Animals

2 years since Glass Animals‘ exotic-come-dance debut album ‘ZABA’ hit the shelves,...

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