The Canadian producer delivers his long-awaited debut album after seven years.
Grime artist Stormzy first became publicly known through a set of videos on his YouTube channel. Shot in the dreary carparks and street corners of South London, the rapper freestyled over instrumentals with a small crew in the background. The verses were animated, cheeky, playful; but most importantly he had a lyricism and flow to […]
Lupe finally releases his first of three albums.
The voice of The Internet makes a savvy, swaggering solo debut.
Scuzzy, nihilistic and unavoidably infectious is the second LP from Dunies.
Japandroids remind us that it’s ok to not be ok on their new album.
If there was any post-2010 Wiley album to justify the title of ‘Godfather’, you’re looking at it.
A stunning magnum opus from the talented producer.
I See You has a lot of offer on a second and third listen, in gorgeous lyricism alone.
Nine Inch Nails’ first release in three years enlists Daves Navarro and Grohl in a showcase of the best sounds of their career.