Emily Browne listens to Devonté Hynes’ latest album as Blood Orange, and discovers a rich, poignant and human record that constitutes the artist’s finest work to date. Blood Orange – […]
The National were back in London this week to tour their 2013 album Trouble Will Find Me. Buster Stonham was on hand to witness another spine-tingling performance from the Ohio […]
Angus Sharpe is one of the lucky few in attendance at Arcade Fire’s recent album preview shows, where quirky dress code comes as mandatory. But what hints does the show […]
Midlake’s response to losing their front-man Tim Smith has been to release a new album. Have the band excelled under their new guise or are they yet to break the shackles of […]
As the NME recently proved, Best Albums of All Time lists are rubbish. They repeatedly contain the same tired choices and teach nobody anything interesting about new music. Here, our […]
Jack Murray on the masterful Lou Reed, who died last Sunday aged 71. When you listen to music in a moving vehicle, the passing landscape tends to provide a convenient […]
Daniel Avery’s debut album is a significant triumph that reflects the growing popularity of inventive industrial-based techno, writes Rory Johnson. Daniel Avery – Drone Logic (Phantasy) Following on from a […]
The Seattle natives return with their 10th studio album. With experience on their side, Chris Duffy argues that it’s one of the band’s finest efforts to date. Pearl Jam – Lightning Bolt (Monkeywrench) It […]
The Stone Roses’ comeback tour reaches London, where the band prove they still have what it takes to bring the party, writes Piers Barber.
Joel Frosh reviews up and coming British singer-songwriter Natalie Evans’ new EP.