Sam Law reviews the latest from the Southampton-based band.
The Internet are back with their first album in three years.
Jed Wareham reviews Deaf Havana’s upcoming “pop rock album full of anthems”.
The long-awaited fourth album is a treat from start to finish, a blissful barrage on the senses.
Jack Nash reviews YUNGBLUD’s debut album, exploring politics, drug abuse and consent.
Daisy Malcolm reviews Twenty One Pilots’ comeback singles from their upcoming album Trench.
The pop icon’s new single explores faith, sex, and feminism with a trippy music video.
Jack Nash takes a musical journey to the futuristic city of Palo Santo in the latest album from Years and Years.
Florence’s pre-raphaelite-pop returns with mixed results on the long-awaited High As Hope.
Tragedy and euphoria clash in the latest album from P!atD – Tash Williamson reviews.
It’s finally time to bring you our pick of the w̶e̶e̶k̶’̶s̶ month’s best new music!
Ollie Webber reviews the surprise sixth studio album from the virtual band.
Tom Brewster reviews the new album from the Sacramento-based musical meme that is Death Grips