Piers Barber listens to Beautiful Rewind, a Four Tet record influenced by garage and pirate radio that still retains the hallmarks of the producer’s characteristic shimmering electronica.
Jackson & His Computer Band is back, and Rory Johnson finds much to admire on his second full length record, Glow.
Piers Barber listens to Jon Hopkins’ fourth LP and discovers a rich and textured electronic record that rewards multiple and careful listens.
Joel Frosh reviews up and coming British singer-songwriter Natalie Evans’ new EP.
Foals’ third album draws from an overly ambitious range of styles and genres, but is sure to secure the band’s position in the British rock mainstream for good, writes Piers […]
Buster Stonham reviews the brand new My Bloody Valentine album, which has been 22 years in the making.
Elusive South London producer Burial’s latest release is yet another reminder of his improving genius, writes Buster Stonham.
Piers Barber listens to space-rock messiahs Spiritualized tighten up after a lengthy recovery from illness.
Perfume Genius’ attempt to develop a more ambitious sound on his second album brings mixed results, says Piers Barber.
Piers Barber assesses Wiley’s latest attempt to channel his restless creative powers into a coherent album.