Reviews

Reviews

Album Review: Glass Rock – ‘Baby Baby Baby’

Sometimes it takes time to get really good at what you do – luckily for us, Glass Rock, a supergroup of New York alt-rock...

Album Review: Eleanor Friedberger – ‘Last Summer’

Fiery Furnaces, Eleanor’s usual ‘day job’, are a sibling duo as dotty as a pensioner in leather chaps – a twosome generally hailed for...

Album Review: Jon Fratelli – ‘Psycho Jukebox’

“Rhythm doesn’t make you a dancer”. Quite true, Brother Jon, and possessing vocal cords doesn’t make you a singer, as you’re proving quite expertly...

Album Review: The Berg Sans Nipple – ‘Build With Erosion’

The ’erb must’ve been strong when The Berg Sans Nipple concocted up that god-awful name. However, shit sixth-form art student band-titling aside, there’s actually...

Album Review: Dave ID – ‘Response’

When we say ‘bedroom producer’, we imagine Londoner Dave Hedges’ ‘bedroom’ to be a little like Buffalo Bill’s lair from The Silence Of The...

This Week’s Singles Reviewed

NME's Alex Denney delivers his verdict on this week's releases, featuring Miles Kane, Birdy, and Yacht I Like Trains - 'Sirens' Picking through the New Yorkshire...

10 Tracks You Have To Hear This Week

1. Zola Jesus – ‘Vessel’ Adapt or die is the rule of this hard world, my children. Just as Nika Danilova’s third album ‘Conatus’ is...

Live Review: Wu Lyf

If a band’s age were measured in blog mentions, then WU LYF would be approaching retirement at a rate of knots. Declining all label...

Live Review: Sonar Festival

It’s Saturday night in Barcelona and NME is surrounded by sweaty ravers who’ve beenup for over 40 hours, pupils rattling in their sockets. Three...

Album Review: The Horrors – ‘Skying’

There’s nothing like sticking it to your naysayers. After being dropped from their record label and written off by critics, The Horrors had two...
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