Single Review: Bjork – the gate

Album Review: Superfood – Bambino

Album Review: Gregory Porter – Nat “King” Cole & Me

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  • SINGLE REVIEWS

    Single Review: Bjork – the gate

    Jack Lawrence reviews 'the gate', an intriguing return for Bjork that yet lacks the vital eccentricities of her best work

    Written by Jack Lawrence on 20th September 2017

    ALBUM REVIEWS

    Album Review: Superfood – Bambino

    Felix Page reviews the stellar new album from Superfood, the Birmingham band destined for stardom.

    Written by Felix Page on 15th September 2017

    ALBUM REVIEWS

    Album Review: Gregory Porter – Nat “King” Cole & Me

    Nat "King" Cole & Me is a fitting tribute from one timeless musician to another, says Zoe Screti.

    Written by Zoe Screti on 15th September 2017

    SINGLE REVIEWS

    Single Review: John Butler Trio – Bully

    Kylie McCormick reviews the punk-tinged new track from Australian indie heavyweights the John Butler Trio.

    Written by Kylie McCormick on 15th September 2017

    INTERVIEW

    Redbrick Meets: Wolf Alice

    Music Editor Thom Dent has a chat with Theo Ellis of Wolf Alice about their upcoming tour, their new album and the perils of drinking red wine on tour

    Written by Thom Dent on 14th September 2017

    LIVE REVIEWS

    Preview: Mac DeMarco

    King of Canadian cool Mac DeMarco is coming to spend some quality time with the UK in his November 2017 tour

    Written by Reef Pearson on 11th September 2017

    LIVE REVIEWS

    Festival Review: Dimensions 2017

    Hannah Brierley spends a weekend soaking up the sun in Croatia amidst the lush disco-house vibes of Dimensions Festival 2017

    Written by Hannah Brierley on 11th September 2017

    SINGLE REVIEWS

    Single Review: Cardi B – Bodak Yellow

    Ben Johns is impressed by the breakout single of reality star Cardi B

    Written by Ben Johns on 10th September 2017

    LIVE REVIEWS

    Preview: Artwork Presents Art’s House on Tour

    Greg Woodin previews an intimate takeover of the Hare & Hounds by the legendary DJ Artwork

    Written by Greg Woodin on 10th September 2017

    ALBUM REVIEWS

    Album Review: Queens of the Stone Age – Villains

    Imogen Mellor reviews a hit-and-miss new album from Queens of the Stone Age

    Written by Imogen Mellor on 10th September 2017

    ALBUM REVIEWS

    Album Review: Mount Kimbie – Love What Survives

    Mount Kimbie’s third studio album is a complex and ambitious statement of intent from one of London’s most progressive artists, says Hal Keelin

    Written by Hal Keelin on 8th September 2017

    SINGLE REVIEWS

    Single Review: King Krule – Czech One

    King Krule returns with a tranquil and cryptic new track that may or may not hint at an upcoming record

    Written by Letty Gardner on 4th September 2017
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