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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
Oct 17, 2017
Beck's Colors, the most fun album of the year, is a reminder that pop music is deadColors, the new album by Beck, reminds you of a purer time in both life and music
Oct 16, 2017
St. Vincent MASSEDUCTION album review: Annie Clark continues to explore and push the envelopeSt. Vincent has created a thing of haunting beauty in MASSEDUCTION by revealing her most personal turmoils in her most accessible album till date.
Oct 08, 2017
The Horrors' new album, V, could earn the UK-based rock band new fans with its moody, lush musicOn V, The Horrors defy classification, running through post-rock, synth-pop and psychedelia across the album's 55-minute run time
Sep 09, 2017
American Dream album review: In LCD Soundsystem's latest, tantalising glimpses of a new directionLCD Soundsystem's latest album American Dream is haunted and liberated by founder James Murphy’s many influences
Aug 20, 2017
To The Bone review: With his latest album, Steven Wilson makes pop his ownWith To The Bone, his fifth studio album as a solo artist, Steven Wilson is exploring Pop music from the '80s and the results are expectedly multilayered.
Jul 08, 2017
'No Shape' review: A soaring, bombastic and meditative album from Perfume GeniusNo Shape showcases the many facets of Perfume Genius’ persona and musical styles
Jul 01, 2017
I See You, the xx's third studio album, sees them embrace a more club-friendly soundOn I See You, the minimalist British trio known as the xx move away from the sometimes hushed and often sparse music that defined their first two albums to embrace a club friendly sound