Reviews

Deer Shed Festival 2014

On its fifth annual outing, North Yorkshire's independent boutique festival stays true to its family-friendly ethos but gradually moves its musical content closer to the centre.

Sex Hands - Pleh

Manchester-based noise-pop quartet release their joyous, irresistible debut.

Mozart’s Sister - Being

Montreal musician slams down an offering of blistering electropop that brushes off comparisons to any contemporaries.

Summer Camp - Beyond Clueless OST

British duo provide the soundtrack to a new documentary, chronicling the charms and the horror of the teen movie - and it might just be their best album to date.

The Good Ones - Boogaloo, London 24/07/14

Rwandan genocide survivors leave their homeland for the first time armed with a powerful message of hope through song.

Spoon - They Want My Soul

A band with nothing to prove go about proving their continued relevance anyway.

Tyler, The Creator - The Forum, London 23/07/2014

After supporting Eminem at Wembley earlier this month, Tyler returns to London to headline The Forum.

Bear In Heaven - Time is Over One Day Old

Brooklyn trio go back to basics with their fourth album, resulting in their best album to date.

Little Dragon – Somerset House, London 20/07/14

Named after the fiery temper of their front woman, Little Dragon filled Somerset House with a stunning antidote to a soaked Sunday evening.

Julia Holter - St John’s Church, London 21/07/14

In a collaboration between Boiler Room and St John's Sessions, Julia Holter breaks the confines of traditional composing.

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