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[a]Battles[/a]’ last album, 2011’s ‘Gloss Drop’, was a masterclass in pop-tastic playfulness. After former singer Tyondai Braxton quit to pursue his solo career halfway through recording, the experimental New York…

You know about the big releases each week, but what about those smaller albums which may have passed underneath your radar. Don’t miss out on the smaller, lesser-known gems which…

Tame Impala
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 Part of you wishes Tame Impala would stop fucking about and write a record full of tracks as enormous as ‘Elephant’ from 2012…

“That’s what happens if you like someone enough,” Charlie Boyer admitted to NME in January 2013. “You start to look like them.” For months, he’d been telling everyone how much…

Did someone mention a grunge revival? This sounds like a job for Craig Nicholls! Though The Vines were a good 10 years too early trying to be the new Nirvana…

Lily Allen’s third album arrives following an odd publicity campaign that’s mostly consisted of her apologising for it. When a fan tweeted that her first new material in five years…

It’s been 30 years since the release of Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds’ second album, ‘The Firstborn Is Dead’, a record notable not just for its stark, monochrome cover,…

Dead Flowers’ gravel-voiced ringleader Ian Williams has been writing and recording songs for five years or so. Back in 2011, he found himself in Coney Island’s iconic fairground when inspiration…