Album of the week

Album of the week: Daniel Avery – Drone Logic

The debut album from London’s Daniel Avery is delightfully out-of-step with what’s going on in…

Album of the week: Lisa O’Neill – Same Cloth Or Not

Listen to songs from Lisa O’Neill’s 2009 debut long player Has an Albumthere’s another) and…

Album of the week: Darkside – Psychic

It’s easy to forget Nicolas Jaar is only 23-years-old. For the last four years, the…

Album of the week: Haim – Days Are Gone

Debut albums from ultra-hyped bands aren’t supposed to be this good. Debuts usually have one…

Album of the week: Pearse McGloughlin and Justin Grounds – Idiot Songs

An album by two musicians collaborating via a shared love of Dostoevsky produces a fine…

Album of the week: Kanye West – Yeezus

Kanye West is never boring. Bratty, self-obssessed, egotistical, lewd and contradictory? Yes, but never boring.…

Album of the week: Mount Kimbie – Cold Spring Fault Less Youth

Dominic Maker and Kai Campos’ aka Mount Kimbie were very much at the vanguard of…

Album of the week: Majical Cloudz – Impersonator

Like the Montreal duo’s intense live show, Impersonator is like being stuck inside the head…

Album of the week: Ghostpoet – Some Say I So I Say Light

Those familiar with Obaro Ejimiwe’s debut Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam will find much…

Album of the week: Solar Bears – Supermigration

John Kowalski and Rian Trench’s debut album as Solar Bears, 2010’s She Was Coloured In…

Album of the week: James Blake – Overgrown

In his short time as a prolific musician, James Blake has made music that could…

Album of the week: The Knife – Shaking The Habitual

The Knife’s long-awaited fourth album is terrific, tough, too long but still quite brilliant… Shaking…

Album of the week: Daughter – If You Leave

The music of Daughter has always burned with a smouldering intensity, a brittle air of…

Album of the week: Rhye – Woman

From the white sleeve with the elegant font to the cover zoomed into the neck…

Album of the week: inc. – no world

Brothers in sound and blood create a great R&B mood record… It’s been well-documented that…

Album of the week: Girls Names – The New Life

If you weren’t already enthused by Belfast’s Girls Names now is the time, their second…

Album of the week: I Am The Cosmos – Monochrome

The appearance of not only a debut album stream from I Am The Cosmos last…

Album of the week: FaltyDL – Hardcourage

Before 2012, the music of New York producer Drew Lustman aka FaltyDL was synonymous with…

Album of the week: Toro Y Moi – Anything In Return

On his previous two albums Chaz Bundick’s music was at its best when his melodic…

Album of the week: Villagers – {Awayland}

Conor O’Brien’s pedigree is already well-established. He represents the considerate, considerable poetic songwriter. He draws…