Michael Gira’s latest iteration of Swans is rather similar to that which gave us three consecutive masterpieces, but ‘Leaving Meaning.’ isn’t quite as revelatory.
In delivering a gospel album in ‘Jesus Is King’, Kanye West has divided audiences and critics in a way that only he can.
Blaenavon and Ben Gregory speak eloquently about mental health on their solid second album ‘Everything That Makes You Happy’.
Much more riff-orientated than its twin, ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – part 2’ rounds off a triumphant year for Foals.
Some aspects of ‘Surviving’ might make it alarming for long-term fans, but the record is one of Jimmy Eat World’s most quietly innovative.
Laetitia Tamko’s second Vagabon album takes the arresting vision of her 2017 debut and explodes it into something grander.
Although they’re now reduced to a two-piece, the fourth Battles album ‘Juice B Crypts’ is a madcap yet concise return to form.
Sam Shepherd’s second Floating Points album ‘Crush’ holds a mirror up to society, balancing chaos with beauty.
On their second full-length album ‘The Beast In The Blueprint’, Leeds-based freese trio turn vulnerability and anxiety into strength and virtue.
On sixth album ‘2020’, Richard Dawson narrates our modern, hyper-branded, anxious and rushed world.