Album & EP Reviews

Lokoy - Badminton

Lokoy - Badminton

Lasse Løkoy shows himself a deft hand at producing low-key bedroom pop.

22nd January 2021

You Me At Six - SUCKAPUNCH

You Me At Six - SUCKAPUNCH

It’s a version of You Me At Six we’ve never seen before, and it’s certainly bold.

15th January 2021

Buck Meek - Two Saviors

Buck Meek - Two Saviors

A soothing antidote to literally everything else 2020 has thrown our way.

15th January 2021

Viagra Boys - Welfare Jazz

Viagra Boys - Welfare Jazz

A document of a band that are perhaps more in limbo than they might first appear.

8th January 2021

ZAND - UGLY POP

ZAND - UGLY POP

ZAND has made their stamp on UK pop.

27th November 2020

Kylie - Disco

Kylie - Disco

Helmed by pop’s most lovable stalwart, you can’t help but crack a smile.

6th November 2020

Dizzee Rascal - E3 AF

Dizzee Rascal - E3 AF

Dizzee remains in touch with the youthful verve of earlier efforts with ‘E3 AF’.

30th October 2020

MOURN – Self Worth

MOURN – Self Worth

MOURN have embraced the uncontrollable chaos in order to find their own relief, as messy as that may be.

30th October 2020

PUP - This Place Sucks Ass

PUP - This Place Sucks Ass

It feels like there’s never been a better time for a fresh injection of the Toronto punks’ spirit.

23rd October 2020

James Blake - Before

James Blake - Before

For a pleasant stop-gap release, James Blake delivers.

14th October 2020

IDLES – Ultra Mono

IDLES – Ultra Mono

It’s an excellent message to stand for, but a big mantle to carry.

25th September 2020

Gus Dapperton - Orca

Gus Dapperton - Orca

An artist stepping up musically, while also finding strength in his vulnerability.

18th September 2020

Washed Out - Purple Noon

Washed Out - Purple Noon

A glacial melt of shimmering beauty, asking for attention and rewarding it with a kind of zen.

7th August 2020