Searching through Django Django’s second LP, tryin’a find the hits

Playful worldly harmonies abound on Django Django’s spiriting second album, but it lacks the urgency of their debut.

Peter Broderick embraces spontaneity and shuns his comfort zone on Colours of the Night

An extraordinary collaboration, and certainly a highlight of the singer's career to date. Daring, inventive and beautifully nuanced.

Calexico with added muscles

Low key atmospherics are less to the fore in the new, beefed-up Calexico we caught at Shepherd's Bush Empire.

Nothing could put a dampener on Only Real last night

In the face of adversity, South London’s Niall Galvin kicks into gear and delivers a day-glo dance party in heart to London's 100 Club.

Album of the Week: 1987

A record which transcends language barriers by expressing universal truths, Victor Holmberg's debut album as 1987 is a total stunner.

Finding a ‘lost’ band: An introduction to The Sound

Forever referred to as a 'lost band', a new set of reissues of

And So I Watch You From Afar cement their place as post-rock champions

Belfast's ballistic math-rock quartet return with their fourth full-length, a bull-necked record which is quintessential ASIWYFA.

Bringing chaos under control with Palma Violets

London's very own proprietors of raucous indie rock bring their punk mentality to the fore on album two.

Throwing caution to the wind with Mikal Cronin

Throwing his old concepts of caution, self-consciousness and uncertainty to the wind, the garage-rocker's third album is a bold and sure shot forward.

San Fermin’s curious, excellent Jackrabbit fixates on little arms, eyes, and mouths

An album deliciously ambitious and stunning in the production and collation of such varied elements and influences.

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