TR/ST – The Destroyer 2 // Album Review

Musical direction differs from that of his past, but by incorporating raw, truthful elements into his music, Alfons has created an inspiring record – and his most consistent to date.

Tangerine Dream // Live Review & Photos

Passionskirche, 25th October In the early years of Tangerine Dream, the band was often subjected to missiles of rotten fruit and vegetables while on stage....

Sampa The Great – The Return // Album Review

Sampa The Great’s debut LP, 19-track The Return, will cement her position as one of contemporary hip-hop’s freshest and most intriguing voices.

Floating Points – Crush // Album Review

Floating Points - aka Sam Shepherd - flits between experimental techno, transcendent house and dark ambiance to reach the recesses of the human brain.

Nils Frahm – All Encores // Album Review

Yet even when Frahm is at his most ambitious, you get the sense it comes almost effortlessly to him.

(Sandy) Alex G – House Of Sugar // Album Review

This is (Sandy) Alex G's most progressive work yet, proving he's moved away from being a cult prodigy to one of the industry's most prolific artists.

Jerkcurb – Air Con Eden // Album Review

His bedroom pop sensibilities remain, but this is a vision that feels vastly widescreen this time around.

Alex Cameron – Miami Memory // Album Review

This new perspective suits him; the mechanical funk of the opening ‘Stepdad’ is among the finest things he’s written, while the irresistible ‘Bad For the Boys’ tackles the #MeToo movement with admirable tact...

Sampa The Great – The Return // Album Review

Sampa The Great’s debut LP, 19-track The Return, will cement her position as one of contemporary hip-hop’s freshest and most intriguing voices.

Efterklang – Altid Sammen // Album Review

There’s not a bum note to be found in these superbly played and recorded nine songs.

G-Flip – About Us // Album Review

The Australian—deep breath—drum teacher-turned-multi-instrumentalist-bedroom producer has since released a host of brilliantly zestful singles.

Lana Del Rey – Norman Fucking Rockwell! – Album Review

Norman Fucking Rockwell! is a graceful portrayal of the singer’s new-found strength and stability, marking what is undoubtedly her greatest record to date.

Kano – Hoodies All Summer // Album Interview

Danny Wright dissects Kano's essential new album with Robin Murray and Caitlin Scott.

Metronomy – Metronomy Forever // Album Review

Designed to evoke a radio-like listening experience, the album offers a constantly shifting carousel of styles, often interspersed with interludes. In less experienced hands, such a format could feel disjointed, but in Mount’s it’s immersive.

Alex Cameron – Miami Memory // Album Review

Miami Memory continues where 2017’s Forced Witness left off in its expansive dad-rock stylings but marks a welcome thematic shift - Wilf Skinner reviews Alex Cameron's new record.

Charli XCX – Charli // Album Review

When it peaks, though, it’s clear to see why there’s so much buzz surrounding the artist...Because let’s be honest, she’s royalty-tier now.

Bat For Lashes – Lost Girls // Album Review

Lost Girls benefits from Khan’s unwavering dedication to scoring the scenes in her head, transporting listeners to a world of pleasures unknown.

Bodywash – Comforter // Album Review

Montréal’s Bodywash sit comfortably between experimental chaos and a calm serenity on their outstanding debut album, Comforter.

Black Belt Eagle Scout – At The Party With My Brown...

Ultimately, this album is a stepping stone, but if Paul can align her virtuosity with her vision, then her third album will triumph.

Carter Tutti Void – Triumvirate // Album Review

Triumvirate, the third and “final” collaboration between Throbbing Gristle’s Cosey Fanni Tutti, Chris Carter and Nik Void of Factory Floor, is a hypnotic, subtly noisy and unnerving piece of electronic improvisation...

!!! – Wallop // Album Review

2019 and !!! (Chk Chk Chk) are still going strong with their eighth studio album Wallop, now undeniably proving the longevity of genre-busting big beats and that “na’s” never go out of style.