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Album Reviews

Album Review: Ryan Adams – Prisoner

Two years ago, Ryan Adams postponed production of Prisoners to experiment with the track-by-track remediation of Taylor Swift’s 1989. After waiting three years for...

Grandaddy – Last Place Album Review

There are not too many things surviving from my teenage years which I can look back on and not wince in some degree of...

Stormzy – Gang Signs & Prayer Review

Wow, this album was long. Long to the point of being difficult, long to the point of having its saggy middle blur into one...

Album Review: Rag’n’Bone Man – Human

Recently crowned British Breakthrough Act at last month’s BRITs and picking up the Critics’ Choice Award, East Sussex’s Rory Graham (perhaps better known as...

Album Review: Ed Sheeran – ÷

Typically, a third album is often categorised as a ‘make it or break it’ sign, yet Ed Sheeran’s long-awaited, Spotify record-breaking, latest album doesn’t...

Album Review: Elbow – Little Fictions

I first fell in love with Guy Garvey after being introduced to The Seldom Seen Kid by a dear friend in high school. I...

Album Review – Ty Segall – s/t

Traditionally, the mid-career eponymous album release is spun one of two ways - restatement or reinvention. In the ­first case, the artist looks to...

Album Review: Deaf Havana – All These Countless Nights

Rock band Deaf Havana have been pretty silent (some assumed finished) since the release of their third album Old Souls back in 2013. It...

Album Review: Loyle Carner – Yesterday’s Gone

As his EP A Little Late showed us, Carner isn’t afraid to be vulnerable in his music or his words, exposing his pain like...

Album Review: The xx – I See You

Few chart-topping groups today are fronted by a duo of male and female vocals. Even fewer of these duos and fellow band members, I...

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