Music

Sincerely – Dude York

Drawing from the likes of grunge, pop and indie rock, Dude York shine through on their latest release Sincerely. Following their signing to Sub-Pop offshoot Hardly Art, the Seattle three-piece have been storming the indie scene with their grunge-pop...

Sick Scenes – Los Campesinos!

The Welsh seven-piece’s sixth album, Sick Scenes, very much represents a welcomed shot of musical maturity for the former darlings of the twee-pop boom, now turned raw-nerved indie-rock raconteurs. As is always the case with Los Campesinos, it’s...

Drunk – Thundercat

Thundercat’s latest installment is a lot of fun and aptly disorienting. Drunk has a conceptual thread that sometimes gets lost, resurfacing after confusing detours in an overlong total tracklist of 23 songs. However, the project’s lack of...

Sofar Sounds: Changing the way we listen to music

Whether by a coincidence or as an intended reference, the alternative name for Sofar Sounds shares the title with the album by Leonard Cohen, Songs from a Room. A simple, unpretentious and elegant invitation to come in, sit down and listen – if...

Culture – Migos

When asked to pinpoint the moment of their claiming the throne of rap music, Quavo (of the group Migos) responded: “When we announced the title of the album I feel like that’s the moment when we claimed the Culture.” This response...

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