Ezra Furman’s latest album ‘Transangelic Exodus’ is dynamic and forward-looking in musical terms, and frees up its creator for his unique storytelling style.
Field Music do not disappoint with their seventh full-length release ‘Open Here’, an album full of mesmerizing arrangements and contemplative lyrics which play together in perfect harmony.
Childhood brought their current tour behind second album ‘Universal High’ to the Brudenell Social Club.
‘Reputation’ sees Taylor Swift examine her relationship with the media and the nature of fame, but one can’t help feeling that she could have taken more musical risks.
Glasgow’s Catholic Action played a sumptuous, hit-packed but rather brief set that left us tingling for more.
Her second album and first for prestigious indie Matador, ‘Turn Out The Lights’ is another impressive showcase for Julien Baker and her considerable songwriting talent.
‘In Memory Of’ certainly doesn’t want for memorable tunes, but Catholic Action haven’t quite delivered the brilliant debut that many had hoped. It’s a very good start, though!
After a seven-year hiatus, it’s a great relief that Wolf Parade are in fine form as ever with their fourth album ‘Cry Cry Cry’.
The first album from The Killers in five years, ‘Wonderful Wonderful’, sees the band struggling to break with their old ways, but only sometimes sucessfully.
Joyous, highly melodic indie power-pop from Toronto’s Alvvays on their second album ‘Antisocialites’.