Reviews

Reviews

The Beths – ‘Jump Rope Gazers’ review: Auckland four-piece fail to sustain early promise by going off-script for album two

The New Zealand quartet follow their 2018 debut 'Future Me Hates Me' with a record that sacrifices the traits that made their first LP irresistible

Shaggy – ‘Hot Shot 2020’: reggae-pop album re-recorded for the TikTok generation isn’t quite as wild as it could be

The Jamaican singer wants to market his "timeless records" to a whole new audience to mark his fifth album's 20th anniversary

Summer Walker – ‘Life on Earth’ review: insightful break-up bangers from Atlanta’s R&B hero

Scarcely ten months after her breakout debut album, Summer Walker's latest examines the highs and lows of break-ups

‘Spaceship Earth’ review: quarantine doc about isolated scientists is stranger than fiction

Learn about the '90s commune behind the Biosphere 2 – a giant replica of the earth's ecosystem built in the Arizona desert

100 Gecs – ‘1000 Gecs & the Tree of Clues’ review: Brain-melting, genre-crushing vision of pop’s future

The likes of Fall Out Boy, Charli XCX and PC Music's A.G. Cook are among the 21 massive guest features on the Missouri duo’s brilliantly bonkers remix album

‘Little Voice’ review: catchy tunes and wholesome friendship smooth over rough spots

A young musician chases her dreams in this moving Apple TV+ dramedy

DMA’S – ‘THE GLOW’ review: a hyper-charged record of dance and decadence from the evolving Sydney trio

The Australian band's expansive third album shrugs off many of the expectations that have been placed on the commonly Britpop-affiliated group

Gerard Way’s new solo track ‘Here Comes The End’ is a larger-than-life glam-rock stomper

Punk-rock's Captain America dances in the face of doom with this fuzzy new solo track
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