Two playlists for Valentine’s Day, to soundtrack whatever you’re doing.
Caustic rather than corny, Pet Shop Boys show that pop and politics can mix on surprise new EP ‘Agenda’.
MC5’s career was ill-fated, but the white-hot fury and sprawling chaos of their 1969 live album ‘Kick Out The Jams’ was their apotheosis.
Despite a handful of compelling moments, Ian Brown’s first solo album in a decade ‘Ripples’ sounds unfinished and under-produced.
The best gigs coming up in Leeds this week, including Swearin’, Rival Sons, Kagoule and The Amazons.
‘King Of The Dudes’ represents an intelligent, unforced and un-stylised expression of Sunflower Bean’s influences.
The best new music released in January 2019, including Foals, Vampire Weekend, James Blake, Lucy Rose, Bonobo and Lizzo.
While it sacrifices many of Toy’s traditional strengths, ‘Happy In The Hollow’ at least signifies change for a band at risk of becoming stale.
New Order’s 1989 LP ‘Technique’ was the final instalment in a dazzling run of exceptional singles and albums in the Eighties.
Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst explore shared passions and showcase each other’s personalities on ‘Better Oblivion Community Center’.