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…
Aggression and artistry in equal measure – how The White Stripes finally exploded into the mainstream with their stunning third album.
Released on 10th July 2000, Parachutes was Coldplay’s debut studio album, and the first of what became a whirlwind career.
Enema of the State, on the other hand, took the impish, roguish spirit of punk and gave it a shiny pop gloss, renewing the pop-punk genre.
The third studio album from Radiohead, that stands at the forefront of their experimental style.
Luke Farrall reviews one of OutKast’s finest albums.
(What’s The Story) Morning Glory propelled Oasis from an indie act to a worldwide phenomenon.