The 1975 break into the stratosphere on ‘A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships’

The Matty Healy-led quartet return with easily their most ambitious and greatest album yet.

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Get tuned into the radio with Vince Staples on “FM!”

While some artists’ side projects between main projects can fade into insignificance, in 22 brief minutes Staples still manages to make a lasting impression.

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Daughters Deliver On “You Won’t Get What You Want”, An Album That Is A Fantastic Pit Of Despair

Daughters may have just released one of the best rock albums of this decade.

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IDLES tackle everything from Brexit to gym lads on ‘Joy as an Act of Resistance’

Brexit, immigration and gym lads – nothing is ignored on this great release from Bristol punk outfit Idles.

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Ghostemane struggles to keep things lively on ‘N/O/I/S/E’

The Florida rapper fails to make good on the potential shown in his previous hits.

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Mitski is full of paradoxes on glorious return “Be The Cowboy”

Showing cracks in the Western hero facade, Mitski shows herself off as a self aware perfectionist on her fifth studio album.

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Miles Kane returns to form with Coup de Grace

Not the trainwreck other music publications will lead you to believe, Miles Kane’s third record is largely filler free.

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Every National Album, Ranked From Worst To Best

One of the most critically acclaimed acts of the century, Andrew, Callum, Josh and Kieran rank the work of your favourite dad rockers.

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