A smorgasbord of dystopian-flavoured cringe.
26th August 2022
Whatever your view on the Chili Peppers, this record will only confirm it.
1st April 2022
Not just a bittersweet listen, a confusing one as well.
18th March 2022
A puzzling, and largely forgettable collection.
21st January 2022
Unfortunately, it often misses the mark.
14th January 2022
Like a sequel to a classic film that didn’t really need to happen.
5th November 2021
It largely finds itself coasting on one level.
20th August 2021
Hampered by an unshakeable sense that they’re only just getting out of first gear.
The one point there is a spark here is a case of too little too late.
9th July 2021
What it’s less adept at is giving us anything memorable; a song; even something to feel.
21st May 2021
It just doesn’t make sense.
7th May 2021
‘Ice Melt’ struggles to reach the same bright heights as its predecessor. From the off, it’s simply boring.
30th April 2021
It’s all still as magnolia-hued as before.
16th April 2021
A little bit middle-of-the-road.
19th March 2021
You could probably hum a fair approximation of ‘Uppers’ without actually listening to it.
5th February 2021
It toggles between social awareness and slack harmonies in an interplay that never fully attains the unity it craves.
29th January 2021
A record that exudes potential but tends to canter as much as it gallops.
20th November 2020
There’s the unfortunate sense that this six-track release is too one-dimensional to make the newcomer’s name stick.
Is ‘Voyager’ a trip worth taking?
11th September 2020
There’s something slightly off.
5th June 2020
The killer instinct that defines his best work is missing here.
24th April 2020
Too indirect and underplayed.
17th April 2020
By each party’s style rubbing off on the other, they’ve also sanded them down.
13th March 2020
There are undeniably beautiful and anthemic moments here, but on the whole it falls short.
21st February 2020
Nelson Can have demonstrated a hitherto unseen ambition with ‘So Long Desire’.
31st January 2020
Like watching strangers from across a dance floor.
8th November 2019
There’s promise on ‘Pity Party’, but Liz Lawrence remains a work in progress.
25th October 2019
A bit limp.
26th July 2019