Crash is a lovingly crafted pop album that despite the occasional mis-step never feels rushed or half-hearted
Big Thief’s sprawling new double album confronts both the highest stakes and the most mundane circumstances. All of it is tied together by Adrianne Lenker’s fantastic lyricism.
Cate Le Bon’s pristine new album is as much about falling apart as it is about piecing yourself back together afterwards
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
‘Things Take Time, Take Time’ captures the sheer mundanity of lockdown better than any other album to date, and does so without ever forcing listeners to painfully relive the collective trauma of that time
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
Sheeran’s latest LP occasionally reaches the heights of previous works, but for the most part he sounds checked out and content to do the bare minimum to stay relevant
Lana Del Rey scales down her music to it’s core foundations; her usual cinematic ambitions replaced by a quiet self-assurance
Adele remains utterly compelling; her powerhouse vocals able to sell just about any song