The thrilling debut album from this intense New York City trio makes their city feel alive once again
Bunton, Emma : We're Not Gonna Sleep Tonight
She's back on the cheesy dancefloor of clubland, scrapping it out in a battle of the handbags...
You So Long', it's a sombre duty to report that Emma
has ditched the cowgirl threads and is no longer a north London
Sheryl Crow, hitchin' a ride along
the dusty hard shoulder of the M25. Instead, she's back on the cheesy dancefloor
of clubland, scrapping it out in a battle of the handbags with the dreadful Dannii and Sophie Ellis-Bextor, a woman so ill-
suited to such indignities it's almost scary. Emma's got it in
her bones, Soph Get out while you still can.
A deliberately frothy take on an under-documented moment in US politics
The second album from Piper and Skylar Kaplan is danceable, euphoric and pleasingly trippy
Mumford & Sons’ collaborative steps into world music aren’t embarrassing – but they’re not essential either
The iconic DJ Shadow returns with a mixtape-like album that frustrates as much as it fascinates