REVIEWS

I'm a title. ​Click here to edit me.

SCRAMBLES

Bomb the Music Industry!

SCRAMBLES

This 2009 masterpiece cements Bomb the Music Industry as one of the best bands of the last 20 years.

SOUR

Olivia Rodrigo

SOUR

SOUR is a great opening statement for Olivia Rodrigo, showing a lot of potential in its addictive songwriting, and nuanced perspective on themes of adolescence, love and heartbreak.

The Valley

Famous

The Valley

With music as powerful and fantastic as this, there's no doubt that Famous will eventually find their namesake over the coming years.

Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine

BROCKHAMPTON

Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine

With only one more album left up their sleeve, "ROADRUNNER" is another solid addition to BROCKHAMPTON's short, but excellent discography.

CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST

Tyler, the Creator

CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST

Tyler, The Creator continues his fantastic winning streak of albums into the second decade of his career.

Butterfly 3000

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard

Butterfly 3000

King Gizzard's latest album may not be their most memorable, but it's one of the most effortlessly charming releases of the year so far.

Blue Weekend

Wolf Alice

Blue Weekend

As someone who has somehow managed to unintentionally and completely avoid listening to a Wolf Alice album over the last decade, "Blue Weekend" is a fantastic entry point that does a great job of showcasing their abilities.

Bright Green Field

Squid

Bright Green Field

Squid's Bright Green Field is yet another home-run for the group of bands from the Windmill Scene in Brixton this year.

Cavalcade

Black Midi

Cavalcade

Only two albums into their career, Black Midi have created a masterpiece.

Read Full Review

Read Full Review

Artist

Title