Reviews

Reviews

The 1975’s ‘The Birthday Party’ is foot-scuffin’ country twang for the internet age

A strange, and slightly unwieldy experience. But honestly, what else did you expect from The 1975?

King Krule – ‘Man Alive!’ review: the Krulean gloom lifts to reveal a more optimistic worldview

Fresh from escaping London and becoming a father, a renewed and refreshed Archy Marshall produces the most uplifting King Krule album yet

The Strokes complicate their new sound with the giddy and romantic ‘Bad Decisions’

It's the second official single release from the New York icons' sixth album 'The New Abnormal'

(Sandy) Alex G live in Brighton: endlessly creative Philadelphia oddball cements status as a cult star

Lo-fi hero is a master of eclecticism, with songs ranging from alt-country to dissonant noise-rap

Moses Boyd – ‘Dark Matter’ review: dazzling jazz bangers built for the dancefloor

Moses Boyd’s ‘Dark Matter’ – his solo debut as a producer and band leader proper – draws on such a melting-pot of genres

Glass Animals live in Manchester: a return from tragedy to tropical triumph

Following the devastating injury of drummer Joe Seaward, the band are back and more thrilling than ever
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