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Vampire Weekend’s return

Five years after the release of Father of the Bride, Vampire Weekend is back. Two singles off their upcoming album, Only God Was Above Us, ‘Capricorn’ and ‘Gen X Cops’,…

Review: Black Classical Music by Yussef Dayes

“Feelings of love, healing, grief, inspiration, more life, unity, groove, spirit and travels… This album is the embodiment of my life to this point”. This is how English drummer and…

Review: Fantasy by M83

It’s been nearly 4 years since M83 last released an LP. Since 2019, Gonzalez has quietly hidden from the limelight, busily recording new tracks. In this time, the world could…

Review: Red Moon In Venus by Kali Uchis

Perhaps this album would sit more favourably were it not by Kali Uchis, but my bar for the decorated Columbian-American singer and songwriter is high. Uchis is reputed for teleporting…

Caroline Polachek’s Desire, I Want To Turn Into You: an album of melodic catharsis

Following a slow tease through the staggered release of 5 singles which accumulate to her most recent EP, Caroline Polachek has dropped her long awaited album: Desire, I Want To…

Kelela: Raven Album Review

On Raven, Kelela builds her nest from cascading synthesisers and tight drums. ‘Washed Away’ immediately submerges us. Slow, repeating melodies against reverbed vocal riffing set a clear, tidal direction for…

Review: Heavy Heavy by Young Fathers

Edinburgh-based trio, Hastings, Massoquoi and Bankole forming Young Fathers, have released their latest album Heavy Heavy, an exceptional celebration of community and connection, inviting the listener to feel a sense…

Review: Heartworms’ latest single

In Jojo Orme’s, also known as Heartworms’, second and latest single ‘Retributions of an Awful Life,’ the poet and musician explores her ability to create her own sound through an…