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Top 5 Kate Bush Albums – Ranked!

Top 5 Kate Bush Albums – Ranked!

Alex Ferguson ranks the best albums from Kate Bush, one of Britain’s most enigmatic and legendary musical artists
Rodney Rock The Peer Hat

Rodney Rock The Peer Hat

Matt Loreti reviews a night of experimental chaos from Rodney at The Peer Hat featuring births, sex friends, and audience participation.
Punk, funk, and everything in between: Squid drop debut album ‘Bright Green Field’

Punk, funk, and everything in between: Squid drop debut album ‘Bright Green Field’

Contributor Sarah Taykor takes a deep dive into Squid’s debut album – Bright Green Field’
Live Review: FKA Twigs at Brixton Academy

Live Review: FKA Twigs at Brixton Academy

Writer Jade Yong reviews experimental artist FKA Twigs at a headline show in London
EP Review: Feet of Clay by Earl Sweatshirt

EP Review: Feet of Clay by Earl Sweatshirt

Alan reviews Earl Sweatshirt’s latest EP, Feet of Clay, where he continues to pen reflective, intricate verses over the abstract sound he crafted on last year’s Some Rap Songs
Album Review: uknowhatimsayin¿ by Danny Brown

Album Review: uknowhatimsayin¿ by Danny Brown

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.
Hi This is Flume: Album review

Hi This is Flume: Album review

Flume’s new work presents a haphazard work of art
Preview: The Early Films of Japan’s Punk Generation

Preview: The Early Films of Japan’s Punk Generation

Catch an ’80s array of cult Japanese sci-fi, horror and action at HOME this October

Album: Mount Eerie — A Crow Looked at Me

A devastating tribute to his dead wife, Phil Elverum’s reflection on love and grief still feels raw. It is his most powerful and complete work yet, and it is a tearjerker

Album: Xiu Xiu — Forget

The experimental outfit’s latest album benefits from its accessible approach to complex electronica, writes Jacob Hopkins

Tracks of the Week: 20th February

Ollie Clack runs through a fun and idiosyncratic new week of releases

Album: Danny Brown – Atrocity Exhibition

Danny Brown’s latest outing is as chaotic as it is brilliant, writes Cassie Hyde

Album review: Yeasayer – Amen & Goodbye

No closer to the kind of success their peers have enjoyed, Yeasayer’s latest sees confusion stand in for cohesion

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