Black Country, New Road’s sophomore album is a deeply audacious effort that seems all but guaranteed to become a cult classic.
Twigs first mixtape to date is surprisingly light and care-free, yet is nearly always worthy of close listening
Mitski’s breakthrough third album Bury Me At Makeout Creek – named after a line from The Simpsons – is a concept album of sorts, based around the terror and joys of love.
Three years after releasing her landmark debut at just 18 years old, Lindsey Jordan proves herself to be a prodigy; creating an encapsulation of modern day indie rock at it’s very best
Halsey’s fourth studio album – produced by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross of Nine Inch Nails fame – is an epic statement of intent; a quantum leap of ambition
The Haim trio ditch platitudes and vagueness to create their most vulnerable and personal collection of songs to date