Deerhoof’s 14th album ‘Mountain Moves’ is a compelling array of diverse styles that only accomplished veterans can emulate.
Ahead of the Mercury Prize 2017, we preview the shortlisted nominees and look at the history of the award.
Mogwai’s ninth studio album ‘Every Country’s Sun’ represents a rare wobble in an otherwise powerful and profound back catalogue.
Having dropped the ‘Thee’ from their name, John Dwyer’s Oh Sees attempt to move onto a new phase of their career with 19th album ‘Orc’.
Now on their fifth album, ‘A Black Mile To The Surface’ shows Manchester Orchestra fully in tune with what its audience expects.
‘God First’, Jack Steadman’s first solo statement outside of Bombay Bicycle Club, is occasionally intriguing but too messy to be consistent.
As a standalone project, A Walk With Love And Death won’t be remembered as a Melvins classic, but more so as a poke in the back to anyone who thought there might be one foot entering the coffin.
Public Service Broadcasting’s combination of atmospheric instrumentals and archived audio footage focusses this time on the demise of the Welsh coal mining industry.
Vampire Weekend bassist Chris Baio convincingly strikes out on his own once again with his second solo album ‘Man Of The World’.
As we enter the second half of 2017, our staff reveal their personal musical highlights of the year so far – and what we’re still looking forward to!