Undoubtedly the singer’s darkest album yet.
21st February 2020
A stunningly-harmonious musical journey filled with nostalgia.
As debuts go, this is an impressive mission statement.
14th February 2020
Sporadic laid-back moments are gelled with raucous vitality.
An accomplished first full-length.
31st January 2020
Youngsters take note, the past can be your friend.
24th January 2020
Maybe change isn’t such a bad thing after all.
Enough charm and wit to remind us of the importance to having a little fun along the way.
17th January 2020
An act constantly broadening their palette of styles and influences, to constantly danceable - and refreshingly eccentric - effect.
Love it or hate it, Bring Me The Horizon are hellbent on rapidly pushing forward.
27th December 2019
A snapshot of Holly Fletcher’s current creative waypoint, subtle hints of an eclectic future direction shining through - enough to hook and sate interest.
6th December 2019
Something of a fever dream, an electric span of ideas that flit from one to the other.
29th November 2019
Something of an ode to being alone.
22nd November 2019
As enviably funny as ever, but this time a little more self-aware.
8th November 2019
The band - once in danger of stalling - are firmly on their feet.
1st November 2019
It leaves a sense of anticipation as to where the group will head next.
13 years in, The Growlers are still masters of blending catchy pop choruses with dark, sleazy grooves.
25th October 2019
The record deals with matters of the heart, meaning the highest of highs, and the lowest of lows.
Silvertongue is the beating heart of ‘Guild Two…’.
18th October 2019
The unabashed sound of William Philips throwing his latest batch of ideas at the proverbial wall and seeing what sticks.
Like with the best moments of her career, she is uncompromising in her artistic vision.
11th October 2019
On this highly danceable new addition they barely make a mis-step.
More than just a homage, Current Affairs are worthy successors to their influences.
It’s all hips, handclaps and riffs, lots and lots of riffs.
There’s early British post-punk stamped all over the record.
Beneath the slightly grating kookiness, FEET’s songwriting is genuinely exciting.
4th October 2019
Danny Brown is headed for the jackpot - commercial viability without compromising his unique voice.