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Kelis – ‘Live In London’

Released in April, ‘Food’ – Kelis’ full-band, indie-soul album – was never going to deliver a smash like 2003’s ‘Milkshake’, but it was a wonderful record, expertly produced by TV…

Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross – ‘Gone Girl’ OST

This is Reznor’s third soundtrack for director David Fincher, and 'Gone Girl''s narrative is matched perfectly by the Nine Inch Nails man and regular collaborator Atticus Ross. The seemingly idyllic…

Sleaford Mods – ‘Tiswas’ EP

Despite being the mouthpiece for one of the most talked-about British acts of 2014, Sleaford Mods frontman Jason Williamson only packed in his day job last month. For the foreseeable…

Kid Wave – ‘Gloom’ EP

Londoners Kid Wave might be one of Heavenly's latest acquisitions but they're less inclined towards mind-altering swathes of psychedelic noise than the majority of the label's roster (see: Toy, Temples,…

Crookers – ‘Sixteen Chapel’

In 2008, Italian duo Francesco ‘Phra’ Barbaglia and Andrea ‘Bot’ Fratangelo were among the hottest names in dance music thanks to rowdy house bangers such as ‘Knobbers’ and their remix…

Ekkah – ‘Last Chance To Dance’

The debut EP from Birmingham newcomers Ekkah – comprising and named after two mates called Rebecca and Rebekah – is packed with sleek rhythms and smooth R&B grooves. In London,…

September Girls – ‘Veneer’ EP

Where September Girls' January debut earmarked them as the latest addition to the Dum Dum Girls/Vivian Girls school of Phil Spector worship, 'Veneer' finds the Irish quintet throwing off the…

Frank Turner – ‘The Third Three Years’

Fans of Frank Turner are frequently rewarded. When he’s not gigging, the 32-year-old is doing DJ sets, playing toilet circuit venues with lesser-known collaborators such as Billy The Kid and…

Lee Ranaldo And The Dust – ‘Acoustic Dust’

After Sonic Youth split in 2011, Lee Ranaldo crawled away from the wreckage of the Thurston Moore-Kim Gordon marriage with a thirst for simplicity. He released two albums of straightforward…

Cult Of Youth – ‘Final Days’

Cult Of Youth’s third album for Brooklyn label Sacred Bones is brutal. Sean Ragon remains the gothic punks' central figure, but here he is part of a five-piece band. On…

Iggy Azalea – ‘Reclassified’

Australian rapper Iggy Azalea is back with a rework of April’s debut album ‘The New Classic’, a record big on chart impact but short on critical respect. Out go the…

Savages & Bo Ningen – ‘Words To The Blind’

This 37-minute collaborative recording was committed to tape live in concert in May last year, but the roots of ‘Words To The Blind’ go back far beyond the 2012 origins…