Jamie Milton

The 28 greatest Best Of albums

Alan Partridge’s favourite album of all time is ‘Best of the Beatles’, which suggests you can’t really go wrong with a greatest hits collection....

Arctic Monkeys: their best cover versions

Even in their early days, playing hugely-hyped Sheffield gigs and having their bootleg recordings shared by thousands, Arctic Monkeys always looked like they were...

Gang Gang Dance – ‘Kazuashita’ review

Arty New York trio Gang Gang Dance’s music has always been ahead of its time. Today, the back-catalogue of an obscure musician living on...

Melody’s Echo Chamber – ‘Bon Voyage’ review

It’s six years since Puyricard, France-hailing multi-instrumentalist Melody Prochet released her self-titled debut album as Melody’s Echo Chamber. Produced by Kevin Parker of Tame...

How to get your band to sound like The 1975

The 1975 havemastered a sound of their own – a floaty, sample-happy staple that taps into 80’s nostalgia with a futuristic sheen, and it's a...

‘Deadpool 2’ – release date, cast, trailers and everything you need to know

Bucking the trend of superhero blockbusters in more ways than one, 2016’s Deadpool shot to unexpected success after being made on a reported budget...

Leon Bridges – ‘Good Thing’ Review

Since releasing his 2015 debut ‘Coming Home’, Leon Bridges has found himself in an uncomfortable spot. His polished first work was perceived in some...

Grouper – ‘Grid of Points’ Review

For anyone requiring hints about how Kanye West’s new material might sound, Grouper’s ‘Grid of Points’ could provide the answer. It’s a mismatch on...

Processed beats – the 10 best songs made on a Roland device

When the news emerged last April) that Roland founder Ikutaro Kakehashi had passed away aged 87, tributes poured in from all corners of the...

DRINKS – ‘Hippo Lite’ Review

DRINKS is the project of two decidedly left-of-centre musicians who flirt with the foundations of pop: Welsh songwriter Cate le Bon and partner in crime...
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