The unsettling hotel of BAFTA-Winning YGD Dan Smith doesn’t inspire a long stay. Records Executive Tom Brewster checks in.
Author Tom Brewster
Florence’s pre-raphaelite-pop returns with mixed results on the long-awaited High As Hope.
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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.
The Philadelphia quartet iterate on their sound in new ways, staying fresh and vital on every repeat listen.
The New Zealand psychadelics serve up lashings of style on their well-travelled fourth album.
The new album from the alternative rock legends proves to be an exercise in average
The indie rockers end a trilogy of perfect albums with their most heartfelt work to date.