Isaac Brock’s paean to religious uncertainty and hicks in trailer parks is, in equal parts, stunningly empathetic and terrifying.
Jarvis Cocker’s memoirs are equal parts seedy, outrageous and life-affirming. And they still resonate with me today.
The brilliant enigma, Arthur Ashin, wants to be more transparent.
If I ever lose my hearing, I’ll hear Ágætis Byrjun.
A typically fist-pumping electro anthem from the Scottish electro-pop, with an added ‘middle finger mic drop’ for good measure.
The new five-song EP is a welcome surprise following Van Etten’s stunning 2014 album Are We There.
Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s return is as irrestibly catchy and confusing as ever.
Kristian Matsson expands his sound and creates a sad, shimmering opus.
It’s as if Blur were never away…
‘Tis the season to start countdowns