Albums by Beat Spacek and Flako reviewed in our latest column.
Making his debut for Domino's Weird World imprint, the collage artist consolidates ideas heard across his earlier material to produce something generally resembling a pop record.
Our album reviews column gives you a succinct analysis of the week's releases. This week: Novelist and Mumdance, Petite Noir, and Viet Cong.
If 'Biophilia' explored the relationship between music, nature, and technology, then 'Vulnicura' acknowledges the human role in this all: the result is devastating in its humanity.
Rekindling the flames of a desire for change, 'No Cities To Love' sees Sleater-Kinney sounding as powerful as ever.
Panda Bear addresses death and pain with an attitude that's somewhere between hopefulness and nonchalant defiance on his newest solo album.
Records by Ghost Culture, Rae Sremmurd, and Låpsley reviewed.
The Phantasy Sound producer, singer, and songwriter's debut album is a warm, soft listen.
The South East Londoner's debut album may have an icy exterior, but 'Parallel Memories' takes grime on its most emotive journey.
Inspired by new age relaxation tapes, J-RPG soundtracks, and instrumental grime, Yamaneko creates an enchanting world on 'Pixel Wave Embrace'.
Records by Ariel Pink, Azealia Banks, and Palmistry reviewed in our weekly column.
Beneath the rosy, romantic surface of the singer-songwriter's debut album are themes of alienation and disconnection from modern life.
An album that explores post-internet intimacy; sometimes alien, sometimes uneasy, yet often giving free rein to pop inclinations.
Formerly one half of Hype Williams, Inga Copeland makes a solo debut of stark, mechanical electronics.
The dubstep poster-boy's return sounds like a man suddenly sure of himself, and is resolutely our song of the week.