“Shame, Shame, Shame, that’s the name” snarled the pompous, yet undeniably meritorious Charlie Steen
Sugar daddies, blood bathing, social inequality, and capitalism – what more could you possibly want?
Wire’s latest record is another excellent example of what they’ve always done — being impressively odd, writes Jacob Bernard-Banton
Highly inaccessible and staggeringly audacious, Sun Kil Moon’s new album can be a rich and rewarding listening experience in parts (providing you’re still awake when they come round)
It’s not often that a band gets a second chance at a self-titled album, but Preoccupations use the opportunity to develop their dark sound
Rob Paterson review’s Sun Coming Down, the new album of band Ought