A multi-award-winning experience of what it’s like to live in constant fear, from rookie Hungarian director László Nemes
Uncle Tupelo : 89/93: An Anthology
Alt.country pioneers revisited...
whisky bottles and departed women were the tools of their trade, and this
compilation showcases the cream of their time in the mud, blood and beer.
Over their four album career, Wilco man Jeff Tweedy and Jay Farrar's
partnership produced punk-country and straight country, but probably their
most affecting material ('Sauget Wind' and 'Black Eye') fell outside both, a
meeting point between Gram Parsons and Slint which pointed a plausible way
forward. All is, abundantly, here - and even if Uncle Tupelo ended in tears,
this was just fuel to their subsequent creative fires.
A disappointingly shallow dig into the soul of a man who should be on the edge, but isn’t
The A$AP Mob member’s second album is personal and poppy, and features a guest spot from his mum
LA/Vancouver trio White Lung soften the edges of their hardcore sound on their gripping fourth album
An over-sugared combo of Katy and big names in grime, techno, hip-hop and d’n’b