Aran Grover writes a review of Honeyglaze’s debut ‘Burglar’.
George Ward review’s black midi’s latest single, Cruising.
George Ward reviews Hiatus Kaiyote’s latest album, Mood Valiant.
Aran Grover reviews Black Midi’s second album, Cavalcade
Online screen editor, Jim Norman, finds a real joy in the latest Pixar release
Easy Life: the band formed in a pub that captures a 2020 aura Holly Lamb discusses and appreciates the interesting and alternative sound of band Easy Life. Easy Life’s chaotic, slighty confused, and hazy music can be heard from the headphones of teenagers across the UK. The lively blend of jazz, funk and elements of […]
Rupert Morgans-Wicks reviews Miles Davis’ lost, posthumous album following its release
It had been 6 months since our ‘Ffunny Ffriends’ Unknown Mortal Orchestra released their last full-length album, the contemplative and empathetic Sex and Food, and a further three years since they released the bright, brilliant, and vulnerable Multi Love, which rocketed the band to critical acclaim. As a long-time fan of the psychedelic group, I […]
Grammy-winning jazz maestro Gregory Porter recently released his tribute album Nat King Cole & Me in honour of the late singer, who Porter has described as being at “the root of my inspiration”. Growing up without a father in his life, Porter has explained that Nat King Cole’s music “filled a void in me…and Nat’s […]
Following on from his 2015 debut studio release The Epic, which definitely earned its title by sweeping and sprawling across a three-hour running time, saxophonist Kamasi Washington chooses to scale down the focus on Harmony of Difference, and centres its attention on the repetition and development of only a handful of themes over its six tracks. […]