Christmas is fast approaching, meaning the hunt for overpriced luxuries and irrelevant memorabilia is well and truly on once again. Here, Piers Barber sifts through the junk to compile the Music Factory’s […]
Reflektor is one of this year’s most anticipated albums, but does it contain the music capable of leaving the legacy it so eagerly desires? Not quite, but it’s a memorable and occasionally stunning […]
With Morrissey’s autobiography flying off the shelves, there seems no better time to reflect on the controversial and contradictory career of one of the great musical icons of our time. […]
For most of us the Official Top 40 chart became a completely irrelevant bore somewhere around the age of 13. Are we missing out on something? For the honourable sake […]
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.
Piers Barber listens to Jon Hopkins’ fourth LP and discovers a rich and textured electronic record that rewards multiple and careful listens.
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.
Thom Yorke and co. once again push the boundaries of music and technology by streaming new album via Reddit fan forum, writes Buster Stonham.
Buster Stonham counts down the 5 albums he’s looking forward to in 2013 on our brand new YouTube channel.