Album Reviews

Boy Pablo – ‘Wachito Rico’ review: viral indie-pop star makes hay while the sun shines

Nicolas Muñoz's debut album proves he deserves all the praise he gets

D Double E – ‘Double Or Nothing’ review: your favourite rapper’s favourite rapper flexes his muscles

With punchlines such as “man will rob William and take that”, the grime icon's second studio is a blast

Gorillaz – ‘Song Machine: Season One – Strange Timez’ review: bingeable brilliance from the pop oddballs

The virtual band continue to eschew tradition and expectation with a guest-heavy alt. pop romp

Keep Dancing Inc. – ‘Embrace’: Parisian trio’s electro-flavoured dancefloor fillers

The Parisian trio gleefully pinch sounds from indie heroes on both side of the Channel

Bruce Springsteen – ‘Letter To You’ review: a powerful synthesis of past and present

The Boss' triumphant 20th album is also his best work in 20 years

Ex-Olympian – ‘Afterlife’ review: Melbourne groove-journeyman builds a fantastical neo-soul world

Liam McGorry (Eagle and the Worm, Saskwatch and Dorsal Fins) makes his solo debut

Wallows – ‘Remote’ EP review: LA trio wear heartbreak well on slick lockdown collection

Wallows refuse to let quarantine eat into their thrilling formula of brash indie on the vibrant follow-up to last year’s debut

Ela Minus – ‘Acts of Rebellion’ review: protest-techno with a DIY punk spirit

This innovative debut album fuses urgent anthems with meditative moments to soundtrack the momentum of change

Tom Petty – ‘Wildflowers & All The Rest’ review: 10 ‘new’ songs honour the wishes of an all-time great

More a 'lost' album in of itself than a standard reissue, this record harks back to a fascinating period of the singer-songwriter's career
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