Turns out, the old Sonic Youthster still makes relevant music.
A good album from Jessie Ware, and a very strong album from Busty and the Bass.
BANKS and ODESZA turn out perfect back to school albums. Both of these would be great for a study session turned dance party.
Robyn’s review of Bishop Allen’s new album “Lights Out”. Something to check out if you like fun, enjoyable, dreamy music.
Robyn takes on R&B’s Karl Wolf’s and Toronto’s artful BAHAMAS’s new albums
Find out what Robyn thinks about One Directionesque, boy band The Vamps’ Somebody To You EP and Alex Clare’s Three Hearts.
Robyn reviews Arkells’ “High Noon” and Spoon’s “They Want My Soul”.
Review of Richard Reed Parry and La Roux’s new albums. Both are worth picking up, especially Parry’s on vinyl if you have a record player.
A review of Kiesza’s debut EP and Morrissey’s newest album World Peace Is None of Your Business
A review of Bad Sun’s debut album Language and Perspective. A must listen for fans of the 1975; watch out these guys are about to blow up.
Review of Paula, Robin Thicke’s new album. Trying to be soulful, Thicke tries out a new style and leaves something to be desired.
Album review of London based Woman’s Hour’s debut album Conversations
Emotional album from Lana Del Rey a fan pleaser and sure to be remixed.
Reviews of Shine On and Unrepentant Geraldines.
Nina Chabel reviews three albums for April: Death Vessel’s Island Intervals, The Notwist’s Close to the Glass, and Lyla Foy’s Mirrors The Sky