Album Review: Superfood – Bambino

As summer fades, the return of Superfood with album number two, Bambino, dishes out a hearty burst of flavour to illuminate the upcoming colder months. A few years on since their debut record, this time around ...

Album Review: The Amazons – The Amazons

Reading boys The Amazons have been stirring up a lot of attention recently. Being shortlisted for the BBC’s Sound of 2017 poll and receiving a nomination for Q’s Best Breakthrough Act has stood them in good ste...

Album Review: Mac DeMarco – This Old Dog

We last heard from our favourite goof-rocker Mac DeMarco two years ago with the release of the mini-LP Another One and its following demo version. It was back in 2014 however that we last received a proper albu...

Album Review: The Pigeon Detectives – Broken Glances

There is no denying that the Pigeon Detectives have turned out some tunes in their time; with the laddish 2007 hits ‘Take Her Back’ and ‘I Found Out’ they will always have a place in our hearts as the ultimate ...

EP Review: FLIIIS – MAKE ME CRY x FUGA x DAZE BLVD

Art-pop duo FLIIIS behold a concoction of haunting tracks, and their newest release MAKE ME CRY x FUGA x DAZE BLVD, out January 21, carries on this tradition, being executed with a fine attention to detail. ...

Album Review: Peter Doherty – Hamburg Demonstrations

Peter Doherty. A man of mischief, mystery and mayhem, this is the impression that comes to mind from his rowdy days in The Libertines. After a few solo expeditions, this time Peter is back with Hamburg Demonstr...

Album Review: The Wytches – All Your Happy Life

Above The Wytches hovers a dark cloud, full of anguish and tribulations that were poured into their 2014 debut album Annabel Dream Reader. Two years down the line and new album All Your Happy Life still bears w...

Album Review: Crystal Castles – Amnesty

We all have a dark side, and Crystal Castles are back doing what they do best, tearing this out and mixing it into the dark depths of their experimental yet gothic techno sound. No doubt a lot rests on their fo...