In anticipation of Morrissey’s new album, Harry Fortuna looks back at his “most accomplished work”.
Ahead of the release of their eleventh album, David Mitchell-Baker takes a look back at the band’s self-titled debut.
Nearly 38 years on, Charlie Masters revisits the Sex Pistols’ filthy magnum opus.
The third album is a notoriously difficult hurdle for artists to overcome. Having built on the…
After receiving universal acclaim for To Pimp a Butterfly, with some critics even calling it a master piece hopefully now people will discover Kendrick Lamar’s incredible debut album.
What Did You Expect From The Vaccines? is reductive rock ‘n’ roll at its finest.
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy is a hip-hop behemoth that stands as one of the most important albums of the 21st century, if not all time, says Evan Smithson.
News Editor Lewis looks at Lady Gaga’s The Fame Monster, one of the most iconic pop albums of the 21st century.
“What cannot be denied are the ideas, and styles used have altered the musical landscape for good.” – Kash Singh reviews.
This is not an article about Funeral, or if it is the better album. This is about Neon Bible, and about music. Besides, of course Neon Bible is better.
Released in 2006, Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I Am Not, was a ground-breaking debut album for the Arctic Monkeys.
Records Editor Hannah argues for the band’s contentious first album.
Marcus takes on the album that added fuel to the indie-rock fire in the early ‘noughties’ – heading an enormous wave of similar bands.
Despite being Interpol’s debut album, Turn on the Bright Lights is universally acclaimed as their…