On fifth album ‘The Main Thing’, Real Estate begin their second decade of existence with a wistful, yearning collection that’s a bit too business-as-usual.
Twin Atlantic’s bid for stadium glory, ‘Power’ is sadly blustery and critically lacking in invention and emotion.
Their second album in 18 months, ‘Beneath The Floors’ sees Canadian art-punks Deliluh getting even more confident in their lyrics and music.
With a wider sonic palette and stunning production values, ‘Fibs’ makes a fine successor to Anna Meredith’s award-winning ‘Varmints’.
On third album ‘Emerald Classics’, Swim Deep deliver a timely reminder of their effortless pop nous.