The award-winning soundtrack for Robert Pattinson’s new crime drama ‘Good Time’ represents some of Daniel Lopatin’s very best work.
Tyler’s latest studio album ‘Flower Boy’ paints a portrait of the rap prodigy at his most vulnerable.
Lana Del Rey is in a defiant and, dare we say, tentatively happy mood on her fourth album, ‘Lust For Life’.
Stuffed with already familiar hits and sparkling new tracks, Declan McKenna’s keenly awaited debut ‘What Do You Think About The Car?’ feels like an instant modern classic.
Constantly baffling and challenging, Shabazz Palaces have managed to do something truly remarkable and increasingly rare with ‘Quazarz’ – sustain the listener’s attention for more than 70 minutes.
Following three hotly-received EPs, Sheer Mag deliver a loving and beautifully executed album in thrall to classic rock.
After the death of Michelle Zauner’s mother ‘Soft Sounds From Another Planet’ is a next-step-forward from her 2016 debut album ‘Psychopomp’ an album that, whilst harbouring indie-pop qualities, carries the matters of loss and grief.
Lucy Rose’s third album ‘Something’s Changing’ represents a huge artistic leap forwards.
With ‘Big Fish Theory’, Vince Staples explores hip-hop’s historic love affair with dance and electronica on a polished, highly enjoyable album.
The outrageously talented Ella Yelich-O’Connor doubles down on her existing sound for her second full-length album ‘Melodrama’.