A companion piece to ANOHNI’s ‘Hopelessness’ album last year, ‘Paradise’ is thought-provoking, politically relevant and musically exhilarating.
With their second album ‘Volcano’, Temples refine and polish the winning formula from their 2014 debut.
After five years of silence, David Longstreth delivers a break-up album of rare insight and unpretentious, interesting execution.
With his 16th album in as many years, Ryan Adams still has something to say with ‘Prisoner’.
‘Myths 002’ feels less like a coherent release or a teaser of what’s to come and more like an experiment.
While the production quality and ambition is high throughout ‘Rennen’, Christopher Taylor fails to showcase anything particularly interesting that we have not heard elsewhere, and done better.
The top fifty albums of 2016, selected by our staff.
The good news for fans of Justice is that the French duo’s signature sound didn’t go anywhere. Though sometimes, you can’t help but wish that by album three they would step out into uncharted territory just a bit more.
On ‘Jessica Rabbit’ Sleigh Bells have chosen to tone down the noise in favour of a more R&B and pop-influenced record.
’22, A Million’ not only manages to stray from anything clichéd but reasserts Justin Vernon’s status as one of the few artists that truly manages to make an art form out of his melancholic ponderings of the world around him.