Priya Elan

Priya Elan

With its squishy, Motorik beat, gently tipsy puddles of synth and trippy, backwards vocals, ‘Blood And Form’, a new track from Mount Kimbie, is a lesson in disorientating charm. Like…

In 1994, TLC were attempting to make a transition to the next stage of their career. Although now considered a New Jill Swing classic, their debut album ‘Ooooooohhh…On The TLC…

Almost two years on from their last new material, the slight ‘Fool’s Day’ (which also included a ‘Westway’ reference), Damon and co finally unveiled another new Blur track, ‘Under The…

With the news that that fringe-y emo haircuts can be potentially damaging to your health we decided to take a look at other music haircuts that could be fatal. Fatal…

As we scrolled through our 100 Best Songs Of The 1990s, we naturally started thinking about the musical moments from that decade that are better off forgotten. Bad solo careers…

The return of Passion Pit, three years after 2009’s ‘Manners’, finds them in a weird position. Their melding of twee indie sentiments with playful electronics been co-opted by every band…

Ever since he was nominated for an armful of Grammys, Bon Iver has become a figure of pop culture fun. The log cabin, the mumbling singing style… he’s essentially the…

The mullets! The songs! The big-haired teens emoting teen angst in pastel clothes! Yes, to coincide with our rundown of the 100 best songs of the 80s, we couldn’t let…

With the new that TLC are reforming, it seems like anything is possible. So which bands would we really like to see meet up and make some new music together…

With 2011’s ‘Ceremonials’, Florence Welch cemented her status as pop-gothess. Her blend of quiet/loud indie tuneage, ye olde lyrical references and a new control in her voice meant that on…

Coinciding with the 10th anniversary of the death of Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes, TLC have reportedly booked a comeback tour. Here’s why I’m glad they’re coming back to resuscitate their…

Here in London it’s officially a ‘Wet Wednesday’, possibly the most depressing type of day (admittedly less depressing, then say, a ‘Nuclear Monday’). In musical terms this means turning off…

PiL return with their first new album since 1992 next month, and to celebrate we’ve got an exclusive stream of a brand new track, which you can check out below.…

To follow up our countdown of the 10 worst songs of the 90s we decided to compile the most ozone-layer depleting tracks from the decade which gave us Thatcher, yuppies…

In celebration of our new Record Store Day-celebrating issue, which features the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Pete Doherty, The Horrors and Jack White celebrating the glory of the 7″, we…

What becomes a musical legend most? Well, a hologram of course. The Tupac one was such a big hit at Coachella that there’s talk of Snoop and Dr Dre taking…

A great album is “great” chiefly because it’s full of consistently good songs, but also because it has a brilliant beginning, middle and end. But it takes a certain type…