Drenge embrace the weird and uneasy on Strange Creatures
The English rockers indulge their New Wave influences as their sound grows more diverse on the group’s excellent third album.
FIDLAR Are Sillier Than Ever On “Almost Free”
FIDLAR’s latest output sometimes hits the sweet spot but sadly the rest is silly, cringy and a bit bland.
Deerhunter Never Lose Sight of Their Identity on “Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?”
Atlanta indie veterans Deerhunter have kicked off 2019 with their much-anticipated comeback album after a relatively quiet few years by their prolific standards. The band, led by cult figure Bradford Cox, amassed a large underground following after a consistent string of stellar releases ever since their 2007 full-length studio debut Cryptograms. From there, the band went…
The Twilight Sad keep it brilliant with IT WON/T BE LIKE THIS ALL THE TIME
After a long break, Twilight Sad continue to battle their demons in inventive new ways.
Sex Education: The first great TV show of 2019
Netflix continues its lineage of explicit, educational shows with a show dripping with Channel 4 quirks.
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.
Okay Embrace leave a lasting impression with ‘Drought (Song of California)’
Schaefer channels Dinosaur JR. and Yo La Tengo influences on his latest single.
Rolo Tomassi electrify and inspire at London’s Scala
The British experimental rock outfit show gratitude and finesse at their packed London show.
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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