Weekly records round-ups are back with a bang, with new choons also coming from Khalid, The 1975 and Dizzee Rascal.
Author Tom Brewster
Tom Brewster illuminates the scintillatingly strange listening experience that is Fishmans – now on Spotify!
Records Executive Tom Brewster ponders what life lessons, if any, we can take away from the affably-British Peep Show.
The long-awaited fourth album is a treat from start to finish, a blissful barrage on the senses.
The unsettling hotel of BAFTA-Winning YGD Dan Smith doesn’t inspire a long stay. Records Executive Tom Brewster checks in.
Florence’s pre-raphaelite-pop returns with mixed results on the long-awaited High As Hope.
It’s finally time to bring you our pick of the w̶e̶e̶k̶’̶s̶ month’s best new music!
Tom Brewster reviews the new album from the Sacramento-based musical meme that is Death Grips
Tom Brewster reviews the Baltimore duo’s most astonishing work to date
Tom takes a glance at the work of Baltimore dream-pop pioneers, Beach House.
The singer/songwriter’s latest single proves lush instrumentally, if a little too self-serious lyrically.
The San Francisco ‘blackgaze’ pioneers surprise once again, on a genre-defying odyssey of noise.
The enigmatic second half of The Books returns with the most obtuse and difficult album of the year.