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Album Review: Alvvays – Antisocialites

Described by Mojo as not sounding far off The Velvet Underground, Canadian indie pop favourites Alvvays brought smiles to fans around the globe with...

Album Review: Nick Mulvey – Wake Up Now

He is back. The man from Portico Quartet. The guy who gave us 'Fever to the Form' and 'Curcurucu'. It is the one and...

Album Review: PVRIS – All We Know Of Heaven, All We...

The incredibly wordy title of PVRIS’ sophomore record is lifted directly from Emily Dickinson’s poem ‘Parting’, which deals with the pain and difficulty of...

Album Review: Superfood – Bambino

Among the sparkling catalogue of Dirty Hit Records’ artists such as Wolf Alice, The 1975 and Benjamin Francis Leftwich is Superfood, or rather the...

Remember This? Fleetwood Mac’s Tusk

When you think Fleetwood Mac, you think Rumours. And who could blame you? That record redefined rock and is teaming with breakup anthem after...
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Album Review: Kesha – Rainbow

Kesha Rose Sebert has made an undoubtedly triumphant return following her widely publicised legal battle with producer Dr Luke, involving claims of sexual assault...

Album Review: Passenger – The Boy Who Cried Wolf

Eight albums already in, Passenger is back for one last time before he takes a long deserved break, adding an additional 10 tracks to...

Album Review: Mura Masa – ‘Mura Masa’

The buzz surrounding electro-pop producer Mura Masa, 21 year-old Guernsey-born Alex Crossan, has been intensifying for years now. From instrumental ‘Lotus Eater’ being picked...

Album Review: The Drums – Abysmal Thoughts

The Drums – now solely comprising of founder Jonny Pierce – have not only just released their fourth album, but have also just released...

Album Review: Lorde – Melodrama

It’s been four years since the release of Lorde’s debut album, Pure Heroine. A long time, especially for someone so young, but one listen...