Reviews

Westerman – ‘Your Hero Is Not Dead’ review: Beguiling experimental folk gets existential

A wonderful, complex thing and quite easily one of the year's most impressive and textured records

Powfu – ‘poems of the past’ review: Gloomy lo-fi anthems from TikTok’s breakout star

The Canadian rapper gets deep in nostalgia in this melancholic collection of tracks

‘KartRider Rush+’ review: incredibly good fun that’s bang for your buck

‘KartRider Rush+’ only asks you to play it and you’ll be happy to do so

Sports Team – ‘Deep Down Happy’ review: A flag in the ground from a band dedicated to extremes

The gobbiest new bunch on the block cement their early promise with a debut album full of hedonism, tribalism and untamed energy

Lady Gaga – ‘Chromatica’ review: pure pop celebration from an icon in a world of her own

Album six sees the provocateur welcome you to a fictional utopia where anything goes and everyone is accepted. We didn't want to leave

Miiesha – ‘Nyaaringu’ review: a fearless debut album that weaves a story about the Indigenous experience

A soulful r 'n' b record whose tales of discrimination, empowerment and freedom bear relevance well beyond Australia's borders

Diplo – ‘Diplo Presents Thomas Wesley Chapter 1: Snake Oil’ review: super-producer falls off the saddle

Billed as a country album, this is actually business as usual for the EDM star, who's dressed up generic pop songs in rhinestones and tassels
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