Album Review: The 1975 – Notes on a Conditional Form

After months of delays, pushbacks, and eight single releases, The 1975’s fourth studio album, Notes on a Conditional Form (NOACF) has finally arrived. An eclectic experiment of style and genre, the album conta...

Album Review: Drenge – Strange Creatures

The Loveless brothers attempt to surpass their reputation as Britain’s most underrated garage band but instead get weighed down by all the elements they try to throw at the record. While Strange Creatures does ...

Album Review: Tom Misch – ‘Geography’

Geography should be a culmination of all of Tom Misch's impressive work up until this point; his growth from a teenager making boom-bap beats in his bedroom to full blown artist embarking on his own headline to...

Album Review: Paloma Faith – Architect

As the only British female artist, excluding Adele, to have her last three albums all go double platinum in the UK, theatrical London lass Paloma Faith has raised the expectations for her latest record, The Arc...

Album Review: Circa Waves – Different Creatures

To celebrate the release of their 2015 debut full-length Young Chasers, Liverpool four-piece Circa Waves played a sold out show in New Slang, Kingston-upon-Thames to around four-hundred fans. By the end of that...

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 ...

Album Review: Jagwar Ma – Every Now And Then

When Jagwar Ma stormed onto the scene with the infectious Howlin three years ago, it was hailed as a triumph. It’s safe to say that for album number two, things have mellowed slightly - even down to the muggy g...

Album Review: Skepta – Konnichiwa

Skepta’s highly anticipated fourth studio album ‘Konnichiwa’ has had fans waiting not so patiently since his first single ‘That’s Not Me’ dropped in March 2014. Prior to 'Konnichiwa' Skepta has enjoyed some m...

Album Review: Oscar – Cut And Paste

North Londoner Oscar Scheller is one of the most talked about new indie stars in the UK at the moment. His guitar based indie pop and intriguing deep, rich vocals have captured many peoples attention during h...