Album review: AM Jazz – Jim Noir
Ayusp album review
Review: All Is Lost (soundtrack by Animat)
Album review: In The Nursery – The Seashell and the Clergyman
Album review: Richard Hawley – Further
Album Review: K.O.G & The Zongo Brigade – Wahala Wahala
Album Review: Sleaford Mods – Eton Alive
REVIEW: BAD LUV @ Café Totem
Album Review: International Teachers of Pop
Album Review: Drenge – Strange Creatures
Album Review: Blood Red Shoes – Get Tragic
The Album That Changed My Life: Quantic “The 5th Exotic”
Just for the Record: Albums we’re looking forward to in 2019
Light Tide – Highway single review
Pale Waves – My Mind Makes Noises
Alt-J – Reduxer
Christine & The Queens – Chris
IDLES – Joy as an Act of Resistance
Rophonic – In With The Out Crowd
Review: Evenfall – Andrew Heath
The album that changed my life: Reality – David Bowie
Album Review: Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino
In The Blink of an Eye: A Celebration of Disco Gecko
May’s Album Reviews
April’s Album Reviews
Pumpin’ On Mi Stereo: Miles Davis – Birth of the Cool
February Album Reviews
The top 10 albums of 2017
Review: Vuromantics – In The Night EP
Album Review: Mzylkypop’s ‘When Will The Wolves Howl’ – a frightening dystopia
Album review: In The Nursery’s ‘1961’ – an ode to a memorable year
Martin Simpson – Trails and Tribulations
Ghostpoet – Dark Days and Canapés
Haim – Something to Tell You
Review: Public Service Broadcasting – Every Valley
Review: The Seamonsters – Lost and Found
Paul Weller – A Kind Revolution
Alt-J – Relaxer
Animat: How to be a Shadow
Banco De Gaia – Big Men Cry (20th Anniversary Re-issue)
Wendy Bevan – Love From The Moon
Saint Etienne – Home Counties
Renegade Brass Band – Totems
Sleaford Mods – English Tapas
Temples – Volcano
Pigeon Detectives – Broken Glances
Goat Girl @ Picture House Social
Laura Marling – Semper Femina
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Flying Microtonal Banana
The xx – I See You
Review: Sheafs – Nobody’s Watching
ALBUM REVIEW: Sophie Barker – Break the Habit
Review: J. Cole – 4 Your Eyez Only
Review: Dutch Uncles – Big Balloon
Review: The Last Shadow Puppets – The Dream Synopsis EP
Nick Cave and the Bad seeds – Skeleton Tree
Slaves – Take Control
Kate Tempest – Let Them Eat Chaos
Biffy Clyro – Ellipsis
Blink 182 – California
Let’s Eat Grandma – I, Gemini
Metronomy – Summer ’08
Oscar – Cut and Paste
Last Shadow Puppets – Everything You’ve Come To Expect
We Are Scientists – Helter Seltzer
October Drift – Stranger Days EP
Iggy Pop – Post Pop Depression
Steel City Rocks: Steel Trees
Air Force Chron EP Review
The Coral – Distance In Between Album Review
Underworld – Barbara Barbara, We Face a Shining Future Album Review
Trans Siberian Orchestra – Letters From the Labyrinth Album Review
James – Girl at the End of the World Album Review
Steve Mason – Meet the Humans Album Review
Villagers – Where Have You Been All My Life?
Submotion Orchestra – Colour Theory
Savages – Adore Life
EP Review: Bear Chest – My Bones
Turin Brakes – Lost Property,
Electric Six – Bitch Don’t Let Me Die
Review – Nothing But Thieves
Miyavi – The Others
Yung – These Thoughts are Like Mandatory Chores
Eagles of Death Metal – Zipper Down
Richard Hawley – Hollow Meadows
Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
Low Budget/High Concept – Review
HarleyLikesMusic – Game Changer
New single: Hey Sholay – Eyes for Me
Maccabees – Marks to Prove It
Bullet For My Valentine – Venom
Franc Cinelli- The Marvel Age
Muse – Drones
In Hearts Wake – Skydancer
Ben Montague – Back Into Paradise
Keston Cobblers’ Club – Wildfire
They Might Be Giants – Glean
The Wombats – Glitterbug
Superheaven- Ours Is Chrome
Everything, Everything- Get To Heaven
Sweet Little Machine- Save Our Bones
Nai Harvest – Hairball
Pumpin On Mi Stereo – February
Papa Roach – F.E.A.R.
Adamski – Revolt
Public Service Broadcasting – The Race For Space
Wu-Tang Clan – A Better Tomorrow.
Hookworms – The Hum
Rumer – Into Color
Foo Fighters – Sonic Highways
The Fratellis – Soul Crush
Johnny Marr – Playland
Vashti Bunyan – Heartleap
Marmozets – The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets
The Lost Brothers- New Songs Of Dawn And Dust.
Inspiral Carpets – Inspiral Carpets
The Bluehearts- Hurt EP
The Courteeners- Concrete Love
Slow Club- Complete Surrender
The Moons – Mindwaves
David Gray – Mutineers
The Last Vinci – The Last Vinci
Shammi Pithia – Cosmic
The Ramona Flowers – Dismantle and Rebuild
Clean Bandit – New Eyes
Chrissie Hynde – Stockholm
Paolo Nutini – Caustic Love
iTCH – The Deep End
PUP – PUP
St Vincent – St Vincent
Penguin Cafe – The Red Book
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33 years in the game and still going strong! New York’s They Might Be Giants’ 17th album couples the band’s..
Review of The Wombats’ new album, Glitterbug. Embarking on album number three, Liverpudlian indie rockers, The Wombats, have fully embraced..
Grunge rock revivalists, Superheaven, (formerly known as Daylight) fail to break new ground, but instead prevail in reviving the gritty..
Review of new album from Everything Everything, Get To Heaven. A new album from Everything Everything is always going to..
Pop punk Sheffield four-piece Sweet Little Machine’s new single is a sharp shot of pop-punk energy that harks back to..
Made up from elements of Sheffield, Doncaster and Leeds, Bang Bang Romeo’s latest single ‘Johannesburg’ is inspired by a mixture..
As if right on cue, Crazy P have released the most feel-good album for the summer that will unjustly go..
Review of Nai Harvest album Hairball. Sheffield guitar and drums duo, Nai Harvest present ten tracks of super catchy emo/indie..
After bursting onto the scene as the newest in a long line of ‘saviours of British guitar music’ a few..
A History Of Now, the second album from Nashville-based singer-songwriter Callaghan, is vanilla flavoured, easy-listening country-pop. The British-born songstress is..