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Jan 28, 2018
Grammys 2018: Lorde’s Melodrama or Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN — top contenders for Album of the YearAhead of the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, we take a close look at the album most likely to win Album of the Year and the most deserving one.
Jan 26, 2018
Kesha paints the world with Rainbow: Pop star's triumphant comeback rewarded with Grammy nominationKesha makes a glorious comeback with the gut-wrenching Rainbow, which highlights her transformative struggle following a three-year bitter legal battle with Dr Luke.
Jan 25, 2018
Laura Marling's Semper Femina: Bold, profoundly riveting ode to women from Queen of Nu folkLaura Marling's sixth studio album is in her own words, “an exploration of womanhood.” It has been nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Folk Album category.
Jan 07, 2018
Thaana Serndha Kootam music review: Anirudh Ravichander's latest album is low on romance, high on funAnirudh Ravichander has composed songs for Suriya for the first time and the Thaana Serndha Kootam album seems to have many hits, albeit with its share of misses
Dec 20, 2017
Eminem Revival review: Not the next Marshall Mathers LP, but rap god's rhymes are sharp as everIf Eminem was trying to bring his music full circle with Revival, he's still only halfway there.
Dec 14, 2017
Everything Now: Arcade Fire turn from indie rock torchbearers to disco trickstersArcade Fire's most recent album, Everything Now, marks their official departure from an indie-rock to a more dance-friendly soundscape.
Dec 12, 2017
On Starboy, The Weeknd transitions from a lone hedonist to global pop starStarboy is a perfect encapsulation of The Weeknd's rise to the top, and the troubles that new found celebrity drags along with itself.
Nov 11, 2017
Maroon 5 Red Pill Blues review: Adam Levine and co dish out another homogenised, bland pop recordRed Pill Blues is another unambitious project from Maroon 5, who seem to have lost their identity as they plummet further into the abyss of pedestrian pop and soulless R&B.
Nov 05, 2017
Fever Ray's latest album, Plunge, is both a pop-music cliché and an emblem of hopePlunge, the second and long-awaited album by Fever Ray, interrogates the time we live in | #FWeekend
Oct 21, 2017
On Ti Amo, Phoenix sing about love and summer fun, pulling listeners into a world of their makingWhile Ti Amo doesn’t come close to being the cultural colossus that Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix was, its still a great introduction to Phoenix’s discography