Reviews

Lisa Mitchell’s folk goes electric on Warriors
Lisa Mitchell returns this week with Warriors, the follow-up to 2012’s Bless This Mess and 2009's debut Wonder. The album sees Lisa moving away f...more
Sincerely, Future Pollution is an intensely eerie journey from Timber Timbre
The dark and unsettling features of Canadian band Timber Timbre should make for easy descriptions and anecdotes, but it's not that simple; they’ve g...more
The New Pornographers miss the mark on Whiteout Conditions
The New Pornographers are arguably indie rock’s most beloved super group, even if they were never really a super group to begin with. Their solo car...more
Jens Lekman @ Oval Space, London, 29/03/2017
Jens Lekman's reputation is as one of the great musical storytellers of this century. Over the course of his career, he’s invited us to share in hi...more
Diet Cig bottle power pop lightning on Swear I’m Good At This
Did it occur to you to stop for a moment and think about what all this might be doing to the kids? Do you even know where you left them? Like a beleag...more
Sampha @ O2 Academy, Bristol 28/03/2017
The soulful delicacy of Sampha has reached a beautiful pinnacle with his debut album, Process. The honesty of his lyricism paired with his warm vocal ...more
Pure Comedy and the infuriating charm of Father John Misty
You don’t need me to tell you this, but I’ll say it anyway: Father John Misty is kind of a dick. He fancies himself a loveable provocateur on Pure...more
François & the Atlas Mountains @ Moth Club, London, 27/03/2017
The eponymous François Marry is growing down, and it’s a wonderful thing to behold. Once a touring member of indiepop royalty Camera Obscura, he wo...more
San Fermin step out of the shadows on Belong
For a man of such rare talents, Ellis Ludwig-Leone must have spent a few sleepless nights wondering how to stand out from his peers. After studying co...more
British Sea Power return to glory with Let the Dancers Inherit the Party
Say what you like about British Sea Power, you can’t fault their industry. Since their last studio album, 2013’s lukewarm Machineries of Joy, the ...more
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