Marmozets - 'Knowing What You Know Now' It had been a long time since we heard from Marmozets, but since they dropped the single Play last year, it feels as if they have never been gone. The follow up to...
The genre-defying, Honda-swerving, harbingers of musical mayhem have returned, with more explosive aggression, soulful introspection and turn-up slappers. Despite a larger gap between albums than fans are accustomed to, it doesn’t seem like they’ve done much to change their...
In his recent record, James Blake returns to his own unique realm of soul-influenced electronic R&B. In Assume Form, Blake’s voice is used as an instrument to form complex layers of leading vocals and backing vocals, occasionally appearing to sing...
After a five-year hiatus, earlier this year, Wirral psych-pop band The Coral came storming back with their most haunting album yet, Distance Inbetween. While faithful fans will rejoice at the familiar psychedelic sound harking back to the band’s earlier...
Paul Weller’s soundtrack to new boxing film ‘Jawbone’, his first full score after previous dabbles in writing for the screen, has its heart in the right place, but ultimately fails to provide anything of merit aside from lead track...
9 months is a long time in music. There’s been a flood of great tracks since September, but we asked our writers which tracks stand out from the academic year’s releases. The Menzingers – After the Party Philadelphian punks The Menzingers...