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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 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.
Jun 24, 2017
Radiohead OKNOTOK album review: A Reminder that OK Computer is now more relevant than everThe release of OK Computer in 1997 was a watershed moment for music lovers of the millennial era. 20 years later, Radiohead has reminded us, in a remastered reissue, that its themes are ever-relevant.
Apr 02, 2017
Bob Dylan's Triplicate is his third tribute to old classic American songs: Read the reviewBut even in these sentimental covers, Bob Dylan doesn’t serenade, he analyses instead
Mar 25, 2017
Review: Drake's playlist 'More Life' is the best comeback that he could ask forGet your dancing shoes and passport ready and journey with Drake to Jamaica, the UK and South Africa. More Life, it is, indeed.
Dec 03, 2016
The Rolling Stones' Blue & Lonesome is a return to the band's blues core: What took them so long?Blue & Lonesome might just be The Rolling Stones’ most inspired work in a long, long time.
Sep 17, 2016
Album review: Blond suits a talent like Frank Ocean, who’s proved himself to be a storytellerIt often seems listening to Frank Ocean's Blond that the album gives form to the morass of his mind, with moments of clarity — which any 20-something year old has also felt, as they try and suss out their place in the world.
Jul 09, 2016
Album Review: With 'Junk', M83 turn up nostalgia, but trademarks of previous music remainAt first listen, M83's new album 'Junk' seems very different from his previous two: 'Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming' and 'Saturdays = Youth'.