Polly Louisa Salmon’s latest GFOTY EP sees her revel in parodying and satirising modern pop trends, while having tremendous fun to boot.
Full of teenage angst, drama, insecurity and insight, ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’ shows why Billie Eilish has been quite such a divisive figure.
A confident album of narrative alt-rock world building, Nilüfer Yanya’s debut record ‘Miss Universe’ introduces the public to a fresh voice.
‘Lux Prima’ by Karen O and Danger Mouse is an expansive and sonically enchanting album, and a truly unforgettable experience.
The departure of bassist Walter Gervers is just one way in which ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost’ is a new era for Foals.
Solange’s surprise new album ‘When I Get Home’ is a meditation on home, dreams, growth and feminine intuition, packaged in futuristic jazz and funk-inspired art-pop.
Perfectly capturing the human experience of love, heartache and the struggle for autonomy, Julia Jacklin’s sophomore album ‘Crushing’ is an emotional triumph.
‘The Pains Of Growing’ is a comforting, well-written and executed pop record, but stylistically it still keeps you wondering what exactly Alessia Cara’s sound is.
On their fourth LP Delta, Mumford & Sons are yet again inoffensive and as approachable as they always were. A cohesive effort, but one that lacks any real substance.
The three new tracks that make up Little Dragon’s latest EP, ‘Lover Chanting’, contain all the traits that make them special but don’t advance their sound.