Album & EP Reviews

Santigold - Spirituals

Santigold - Spirituals

Not so much reigniting the spark that drew so many to her sound first time around, but a decent job of drawing a line from old to new and updating it.

9th September 2022

Miya Folick - 2007

Miya Folick - 2007

A solid collection of songs that wear their heart on their sleeve and capture the zeitgeist too.

9th September 2022

Lauv - All 4 Nothing

Lauv - All 4 Nothing

Lauv’s second certainly provides an array of sweet pop highs.

5th August 2022

Oh Wonder - 22 Make

Oh Wonder - 22 Make

While it’s not exactly straying too far from familiar sonic territory for the duo, it’s a heart-warming sentiment all the same.

22nd July 2022

Wu-Lu - LOGGERHEAD

Wu-Lu - LOGGERHEAD

The experimenting and freestyling that is so prominent on this album must be incredibly purging for the multi-hyphenate, but fails to create sonic continuity.

8th July 2022

Conan Gray - Superache

Conan Gray - Superache

‘Superache’ seems to chronicle Conan’s attempts at finding his feet in love as much as his music.

24th June 2022

Poliça - Madness

Poliça - Madness

It feels a little uncertain, as if the group are speculating the next chapter in their artistic output.

3rd June 2022

Lykke Li - EYEYE

Lykke Li - EYEYE

It finds its voice through an ever more personal lens, one that dials down the familiar ignitable fare in favour of intricate ambient spread.

20th May 2022

Sigrid - How To Let Go

Sigrid - How To Let Go

Sigrid is colliding with herself, accepting everything she is, the light and the dark.

6th May 2022

Girlpool - Forgiveness

Girlpool - Forgiveness

There are moments where every effort and inflection Girlpool are throwing in feels totally symbiotic.

29th April 2022

Röyksopp - Profound Mysteries

Röyksopp - Profound Mysteries

Whether underselling ‘Profound Mysteries’ as a standalone record, or over-egging its peripheral bells and whistles, there’s still much to enjoy about Röyksopp’s sixth.

29th April 2022