Bringing a whole new meaning to "difficult third album" No Love Deep Web captures Death Grips at their most abrasive and obtuse.
Spooky, ethereal, and haunting, Chelsea Wolfe crafts a lucid selection of stripped down and visceral songs.
Taking the tendency toward hooks and poppy songwriting of Merriweather, Centipede Hz exists within a rougher production framework and leans on the hyperactive rock-isms of 2007’s Strawberry Jam.
Three years on from Eskimo Snow, Yoni Wolf brings his distinguished brand of self-aware indie-hop back with Sod In The Seed. In the last decade Wolf has gone from the surrealist hip-hop experiment cLOUDDEAD to having been ... read more
More than halfway through 2012 things have seriously picked in terms of album releases. Below are a handful of records we couldn't or otherwise didn't review from earlier this year. Every one is brilliant and would have made the recommended ... read more
New Born to win?
On the one hand, a June release is perfect for a synthy, electrorock album with a chillout vibe worthy of the Summer playlists of any festival-goer. It's a glittery entity, pumping out a psychedelic combination of subtle and in...
On the back of a brilliant sixth record Liars again prove their ability to make things their own, on the stage as well as in the studio.
There are so many brilliant moments on WIXIW in calculated subtlety and in flashes of brutality, and the band’s tendency to emphasise atmosphere, mood, tension and experimentation never detracts focus from the songs themselves.