In a departure from previous work, Hard Love explores the challenging aspects of being human in an intimate, powerful album.
HOPELESSNESS is feminist pop for the apocalypse, a sharp, thoughtful commentary on culture, protest, and society.
New songs by Say Lou Lou, Sky Ferreira, Tennis, VV Brown and Trouble Maker
At their best, AlunaGeorge are practicing a kind of wonky r&b.
Ambition permeates almost every bit of this album – something to be lauded in a time where music has become culturally devalued as important in itself.
With her distinctive calling-card single “Video Games” and album Born To Die, Lana Del Rey has been one of the most hotly debated artists of the past year. Initially feted for her “gangsta Nancy Sinatra” sound and DIY Youtube aesthetic, the blog love quickly faded with some flat live performance and the news that, far …
Leeds Festival often gets over-shadowed by its counterpart Reading, and has a reputation for a weakened line up. But this year, Festival Republic put on a fantastic weekend, and here is why…
Amy Winehouse was born into a musical environment in which the dead-end kitsch of celebrity tabloid “journalism” and reality television were the truly dominant artforms of the age. It is that disenchanted world, in many ways, which was the subject of her art.
Canadian electropop group the Junior Boys have released a string of consistently great albums, and new record It’s All True is not exception.
The Book of Mormon soundtrack tries, with varying degrees of success, to satirize three different subjects: Mormons, Broadway and Western ignorance about Africa, respectively.