An enveloping, blissed-out jam of a listen.
12th July 2019
Gauche take no issue with exposing some of the less desirable features of modern life.
Ultimately a trip down the rabbit hole worth taking.
27th June 2019
What they do, Egyptian Blue do very well.
21st June 2019
A record that barely takes its foot off the gas pedal.
A genuinely beguiling album.
7th June 2019
Sacred Paws are having fun, and you just have to go along with the ride.
31st May 2019
Still very much channelling the punk rock that’s been his lifeblood, ‘Barriers’ really benefits from Frank, well, not really having many.
An album scored through with their own idiosyncrasies.
24th May 2019
There’s a strong emotion of nostalgia.
Despite an overall likeability and affable sheen - it’s a little flat.
17th May 2019
Love is still a mess, but Rosie Lowe is ready to face it now.
10th May 2019
A thread of hope and resilience runs through.
3rd May 2019
Darker than some of their earlier work.
Do not doubt that King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard still know how to kick ass.
26th April 2019
The album mixes together glossy, upbeat production with tales of disappointment, confusion and intergenerational angst.
The unpredictable Californians are less up for a bop than an attempt at settling some scores.
Across twelve polished tracks, she switches from piano ballad to stomping singalong and back again.
19th April 2019
Another evocative and considered album from the band.
5th April 2019
The band sound firmly grounded and ready to take on the future.
22nd March 2019
It captures the finer points of Stephen Malkmus’ craftsmanship in wildly esoteric and robotic form.
15th March 2019
Full of swooping, dramatic choruses and clean-cut vocals, where almost every song is a potential radio hit.
1st March 2019
The band’s fifth full-length is some f!!!er and some k!!!er.
29th April 2013
Manville and Reisnerʼs vision and ambition should be applauded.
12th December 2011
Ten charming and lovingly-crafted songs.
6th July 2009