Waxahatchee Ivy Tripp

Waxahatchee's music is undoubtedly sincere and unclichéd, but her lyrical opacity and musical simplicity make this a difficult album to relate to.

Stephen Wragg reviews...

Lady Lamb the Beekeeper After

For her sophomore album, Lady Lamb the Beekeeper takes experimental structures and places them alongside some of the best, most direct songs of her career so far.

Joe Marvilli becomes fascinated with...

The Tallest Man on Earth Dark Bird Is Home

Dark Bird Is Home is an improvement over the Tallest Man on Earth’s Shallow Grave, as it breaks out of his established musical palette just when it began to feel as if he had nothing else to offer.

Brad Hanford reviews...

Joanna Gruesome Peanut Butter

The Cardiff noise pop's follow-up to Weird Sister rests upon its contradictions with tart arrangements that are lean and immediate, though prove to be exhausting when listened to in its entirety.

Juan Edgardo Rodríguez reviews...


Overlooked Albums #41: The MC5 - Kick Out The Jams

Right now, right now, right now, it's time to... KICK OUT THE JAMS!

Angel Aguilar takes us back to Detroit's golden age...

The Singles Bar - 30th March 2015

School's out for the Easter holidays and you ain't got no alibi, so come to The Singles Bar. And if you don't want to... Ooh! Stick You!

Joe Rivers extends those wishes to both yo Momma and yo Daddy...


Home Cinema – April 2015

This month's best home cinema releases, including Sweet Smell of Success, Wooden Crosses and The Offence.

Kai Lancaster reviews


The Duke of Burgundy (Peter Strickland)

Like a lost chapter of seductive '70s cinema, the elliptical all-female fantasy uniquely and entrancingly explores BDSM through lepidoptery.

heeds the call. Pinastri...