Josh Sandy reviews Avey Tare’s third solo psychedelic album Cows on Hourglass Pond – but is it as underwhelming as his previous two?
Jasmine Bennett reviews the dreamlike exploration of the human condition that is Everyday by Tourist.
Wicca Phase Springs Eternal’s latest release proves to be as long-lasting as his name suggests, writes Jasmine Bennett.
Girlpool continue to shine and evolve when they experiment with new sounds, yet are weighed down by a handful of unadventurous indie-rock fillers.
Against The Current’s second album successfully makes an electronic sound appear surprisingly beautiful, writes Eleanor Roberts
Jasmine Bennett reviews Yung Lean’s latest EP, Poison Ivy, which offers up eight-tracks of melancholic vocals and rhythmic beats.
The Scouse favourites pay a largely pointless tribute to their younger, more vibrant selves writes contributor Caolan Coleman
Twenty One Pilots returns in style after a year-long stint out of the public eye with the release of their fifth album Trench
Contributor Ella Broadbent challenges Arctic Monkeys fans’ perceptions of their highly contested new album, Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino
A turn into new territory for Bring Me The Horizon with their latest release AMO, which moves past the heavy metal genre with mixed results
The blockbuster-album approach to Lil Pump’s highly anticipated Harverd Dropout loses most of what was appealing and exciting about this young Floridian rapper, says Harry Thorfinn.
Jasmine Bennett writes that AJ Tracey proves he really is ‘Doing It’ again with his newly dropped eponymous debut album
Josh Sandy discusses the successful sophomore release from singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt, five years after her original debut hit the charts
New band on the scene I Don’t Know How But They Found Me has released their first EP, which does not disappoint, writes Eleanor Roberts
Jasmine Bennett reviews Cat Power’s beautiful return to the music industry with her tenth album, Wanderer.
The band are back after three quiet years with a contrastly loud release. It may not blow fans’ minds but it will keep them happy for now.
Urussa Malik pictures Christine & The Queens’ new album as needed push for change in social norms – along with being a stunning piece in its own right.