Album Reviews

  1. The Lucid Dream

    The Lucid Dream: Actualisation (Holy Are You Recordings)

    Posted on Oct 19th, 2018

  2. Lala Lala: The Lamb (Hardly Art)

    Lala Lala: The Lamb (Hardly Art)

    London-born Lillie West isn’t interested in the myth of victorious finality

    Posted on Oct 17th, 2018

  3. Haiku Salut: There Is No Elsewhere (PRAH Recordings)

    Haiku Salut: There Is No Elsewhere (PRAH Recordings)

    Excellent third helping from genre scanning trio

    Posted on Oct 17th, 2018

  4. Sobrenadar: y (Sonic Cathedral)

    Sobrenadar: y (Sonic Cathedral)

    A brief, beautiful shimmer, the Argentinian dream pop project deliver their international debut set

    Posted on Oct 4th, 2018

  5. Tim Hecker: Konoyo (Kranky)

    Tim Hecker: Konoyo (Kranky)

    Venerated Canadian experimental composer returns with excellent ninth album

    Posted on Sep 26th, 2018

  6. Amber Arcades: European Heartbreak (Heavenly)

    Amber Arcades: European Heartbreak (Heavenly)

    Bringing in arrangements for strings and brass, the Dutch indie pop outfit deliver strong second album

    Posted on Sep 26th, 2018

  7. Noname: Room 25 (Self Released)

    Noname: Room 25 (Self Released)

    For all the narrow corridors, rising Chicagoan rapper Noname unlocks something

    Posted on Sep 25th, 2018

  8. Spiritualized: And Nothing Hurt (Bella Union)

    Spiritualized: And Nothing Hurt (Bella Union)

    Space rock pioneers return with their most concise set in years

    Posted on Sep 19th, 2018

  9. Steiger: Give Space (sdban Ultra)

    Steiger: Give Space (sdban Ultra)

    Belgian jazz trio return with rewarding second album, recorded across seven different locations

    Posted on Sep 7th, 2018

  10. Menace Beach: Black Rainbow Sound (Memphis Industries)

    Menace Beach: Black Rainbow Sound (Memphis Industries)

    Leeds’ garage experimentalists incorporate electronic approach on album number three

    Posted on Sep 4th, 2018

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