Album Reviews

Busta Rhymes – ‘Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath Of God’ review: apocalypse never sounded so good

The animated New York juggernaut reseats himself at hip-hop's top table

WizKid – ‘Made In Lagos’ review: star quality and a sense of homecoming

The genre-blending musician doesn't quite live up his undeniable potential

Ariana Grande – ‘Positions’ review: lots of banging, but not so many bangers

This record does feature some massive pop tunes – alongside indistinct material

Bring Me The Horizon – ‘Post Human: Survival Horror’: cyber-punk energy meets lockdown metal

The Sheffield rockers follow last year's genre-exploding triumph 'amo' with a series of experimental EPs

Sam Smith – ‘Love Goes’ review: pop balladeer leans even further into heartbreak than before

Album three sees the star largely stick to tried-and-tested break-up songs

Eels – ‘Earth To Dora’ review: cautious optimism and a bruised sense of romance

Mark ‘E’ Everett's 13th album under his melancholic indie moniker is a life-worn collection that exudes fragile hope

CamelPhat – ‘Dark Matter’ review: stadium-ready indie-dance bangers (now we just need the stadiums)

The UK production duo call upon Noel Gallagher, Jake Bugg, Florence Welch and Foals' Yannis Philippakis

Smoke Boys – ‘All The Smoke’ review: UK rappers bow out with final mixtape, their legacy intact

This is the farewell that the influential south London six-piece deserve
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