Björk’s flute-heavy ninth album ‘Utopia’ is one of her most enchanting and meditative to date.
A unique new project with members from across Scotland’s thriving music scene.
Bully’s latest effort is passable, but rarely stirs up the same visceral punk rock fun of their debut.
Upon arrival at tonight’s gig, those accustomed with Headrow House might have been taken aback, as the venue looks more like a foggy graveyard than an event space… The 200-capacity room is being continuously pumped with smoke, making seeing more than a few feet in front of you a challenge, yet conjures an intense and unique atmosphere that couldn’t feel more suiting and effective for tonight’s event; the residency of
The Toronto duo offer up another dosage of rhythmic riffs on their 3rd studio album.
Action Bronson is as charismatic as ever on his first album in two years.
The Districts’ third effort ‘Popular Manipulations’ is a mostly enjoyable yet ultimately un-extraordinary dosage of folksy indie-rock.
Tyler’s latest studio album ‘Flower Boy’ paints a portrait of the rap prodigy at his most vulnerable.
Katie Crutchfield’s 4th outing as Waxahatchee is her most personal yet, and a sturdy addition to her growing discography.
The prolific Mark Kozelek recruits Parquet Courts bassist Sean Yeaton for his latest collaborative project.