Tag : new music

Rosalía Releases New Album, El Mal Querer

5 days ago / 0 comments

Rosalía, at the young age of 25, keeps making history and excelling in her music career; after the success of ‘Malamente’ and ‘Pienso en Tu Mirá’, the release of her second album has left nobody indifferent. El Mal Querer, produced by Rosalía herself and her collaborator Pablo ‘El Guicho’, is … Read More

NAO Returns With Sophomore Studio Album, Saturn

2 weeks ago / 0 comments

NAO’s sophomore studio album, Saturn, released under her own label, Little Tokyo Recordings, was released unto us last Friday. Her phenomenal debut album, For All We Know, hurtled her into the spotlight back in July 2016, dripping in soul and R&B with electronic and consistently funky dance production. The album … Read More

LANY Releases Emotional New Album, Malibu Nights

3 weeks ago / 0 comments

A week from its release LANY’s sophomore work Malibu Nights reached number 36 on the Billboard 200, a huge step from the LA based band who only released their debut album last summer. Stepping slightly away from their more cheerful sound they tell a transporting story of heartbreak, expressing the … Read More

MØ Creates Lush Worlds of Beauty in New Album, Forever Neverland

3 weeks ago / 0 comments

MØ’s latest record is pretty interesting as far as pop music goes, but I wonder if it’s a step in the wrong direction for the Danish singer. I’ll say this though: it’s not as good as No Mythologies to Follow. Indeed, I often find while listening to this new record … Read More

Disturbed Release New Album, Evolution

3 weeks ago / 0 comments

Let’s start with what this album does right, because there isn’t much to say in that regard. The main attraction is frontman David Draiman’s voice, which seems to have only improved with time. This is most noticeable on the final track, ‘Already Gone,’ a mostly slow, acoustic number with no … Read More

Connan Mockasin’s ‘Jassbusters’ Is Strangely Beautiful

4 weeks ago / 0 comments

Mockasin’s album is borne out of a lo-fi short film created by the man himself, which is in short about a failing student trying to impress his creepy music teacher. Jassbusters is the teacher’s band, intended to sound novice, but instead comes to us as a mellow, lamenting project, glimmering … Read More

Parcels Release Self Titled Debut

4 weeks ago / 0 comments

A compelling and energetic live act, Australian indie-funk band Parcels have made their name on danceable disco hits that prioritise fun. On their self-titled debut, however, the band offer up an inconsistent collection of tracks that only hint at their potential. Despite being largely well produced, the energy from the … Read More

Kurt Vile is Back With New Album, Bottle It In

4 weeks ago / 0 comments

‘One Trick Ponies‘, one of the singles prefacing Kurt Vile’s new album, serves as both a bit of preemptive self-critique and a statement of intent. “I’ve always had a soft spot for repetition” croons Vile in the song’s chorus. And, yes, we know the drill: countryfied Yacht-rock with daydreamy, rambling … Read More

Loyle Carner and Jordan Rakei Get Personal in ‘Ottolenghi’

1 month ago / 0 comments

This isn’t a review. This is a thank you. There are rare moments in life where you listen to a song and instantly connect, to the point that you lie awake, unable to go to sleep until you’ve listened to it just one more time. There are even rarer moments … Read More

Ghostface Killah Releases New Album, The Lost Tapes

1 month ago / 0 comments

The Lost Tapes is the latest offering of classic 90’s New York-styled hip-hop from arguably the best member of the Wu-Tang Clan. It’s fantastic. A collaboration with a producer named Big Ghost, Lost Tapes sounds less like an artist trying something new, and more like an old legend going for … Read More