Trystan Ratcliffe reviews indie legend’s Foals’ much anticipated new release Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost: Part 2
Anna Jin reviews Lady of Jazz at Hope Mill Theatre
Rex Orange County lays himself bare on new album Pony, writes contributor Susannah Heley
Wilco’s new album Ode To Joy shows the band recapture their classic music style and lyrical anxiety through their muse of America’s current political climate
Sam Dynes looks at Girl Band’s re-entry to the music scene and how their new album is a tour de force investigation of lead singer Dara Keily’s mental health
James Carroll reviews Sam Fenders latest album, with themes political, riffs lyrical, and a Brit Award’s critics choice.
Cage The Elephant return with their fifth studio album, an introspection on the downfalls of fame and the breakup of relationships writes contributor Jasmine Bennett
MARINA returns after four years for the first of a two part album. Contributor Georgina explores the gentle, lyrical elegance of her latest release ‘Love’.
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
Writer Archie McLachlan reviews King Nun’s jarring and jagged debut album
“Kanye West is a new man, a born again Christian who is done with secular music”, writes contributor Harry Thorfinn as he shares his thoughts on Kayne’s new direction
Alan takes a look at Caroline Polachek’s Pang as she crafts a record exploring modern day love over dreamy, ethereal production with influence from PC Music
Alan takes a look at Danny Brown’s fifth studio album uknowhatimsayin¿, which follows up 2016’s wild Atrocity Exhibition with a more mature, humorous record, cementing Danny’s place as one of the decade’s best rappers.
A critical analysis of alternative indie rock group Surf Curse’s newest album titled Heaven Surrounds You
Clairo drops her debut album in the shape of Immunity, a soft and sweet recollection of her teenage years
Contributor Dylan James reviews Little Simz’s third studio album GREY area which was released earlier this March
Josh Sandy reviews Avey Tare’s third solo psychedelic album Cows on Hourglass Pond – but is it as underwhelming as his previous two?