Over a decade after its release, Eleanor Roberts reassesses Panic! At The Disco’s often-criticised sophomore album Pretty. Odd.
Six years after The 1975 dropped Music For Cars, contributor Jasmine Bennett reflects on the EP
1997 was a weird year for music – stuck between the near-end of britpop and a new musical dawn, Blur decided to experiment
Contributor Josh Sandy revisits one of Manchester’s greatest rock and roll stars Oasis as 25 years ago, they released their iconic debut Definitely Maybe
Ashwin Tharoor considers the unique style and creation of The Beatles’ innovative White Album fifty years from its original release
Kit Delamain Explores the legacy of Pink Floyd 45 years after they released their seminal album, The Dark Side of The Moon
Before Arctic Monkeys return from their long hiatus, Jake Oliver goes back in time to look at where it all began
Rebekah Shaw affectionately looks back at the Canadian singer’s 15-year-old skater-rock debut
As one of the most hyped albums of the 1990s is reissued, Callum Oliver asks: should it be remembered as the most disappointing too?
This week’s record reappraisal offers a rather impassioned nod towards one of the industry’s most humble and thrilling acts, Idles, as their debut album Brutalism reaches its 2nd birthday
Josh Sandy explores the turbulent history and content of one of Fleetwood Mac’s most celebrated release, Rumours
The Velvet Underground turns 50 this year, an album often overlooked in favour of its more avant-garde and experimental predecessors. Nevertheless, the legendary band’s second self-titled album remains an important and fascinating piece of 60’s rock
Bella Fleming takes a look back in time at Kate Bush’s album The Whole Story, arguably one of music’s most influential and important releases to date
Jasmine Bennett returns to one of the best pop records of the 1990s in light of their reunion in a record reappraisal of Spiceworld
Editor Olivia White revisits Catfish and the Bottlemen’s platinum debut album The Balcony during its 4-year anniversary month
Elizabeth Gibson looks beyond the hype to the quiet beauty of Indigo Girls’ fifth album