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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    Album Review: Milo – Who Told You to Think?

    Milo's latest project is filled with deep lyrics and challenging themes, Jack Lawrence reviews

    Written by Jack Lawrence on 2nd September 2017

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    Album Review: Everything Everything – A Fever Dream

    Manchester four-piece Everything Everything move from strength to strength on their politically charged new album, Luke Charnley reviews

    Written by Luke Charnley on 1st September 2017

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    Album Review: Imagine Dragons – Evolve

    Music writer Barney Whiteside reviews the new album, Evolve, from Imagine Dragons

    Written by Barney Whiteside on 20th August 2017

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    Album Review: Arcade Fire – Everything Now

    Have Arcade Fire lost the passion that made them so special? Thom Dent reviews a new album that suffers from all the same problems that dogged their last release, yet is not without its highlights

    Written by Thom Dent on 4th August 2017

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    Album Review: Mr Jukes – God First

    Jack Steadman's first release as collaborative artist Mr Jukes is a fantastic debut, yet not without its disappointments, writes Thom Dent

    Written by Thom Dent on 3rd August 2017

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    Album Review: Radiohead – OKNOTOK 1997-2017

    Music editor Luke Charnley revisits one of the most revered albums of all time with the reissue of Radiohead's magnum opus

    Written by Luke Charnley on 30th July 2017

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    Album Review: HAIM – Something to Tell You

    Kirstie Sutherland delves into HAIM's long-awaited sophomore release

    Written by Kirstie Sutherland on 20th July 2017

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    Album Review: Jay Prince – Late Summers

    Charlotte Russell is impressed with Jay Prince's understated latest album

    Written by Charlotte Russell on 22nd June 2017
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