The Birmingham MC stuffs six songs into 19 minutes of bass, bounce and balls. This new EP bangs, and that’s all there is to say.
Contact Ash Collins
The Haim sisters return, but what have they brought with them? A patient, mini-epic that builds to a potty percussive conclusion, that’s what.
Contact Ruth Drake
The Japanese House
Saw You In A Dream,
“All good things come to an end”, sings Amber Bain, delivering a true but frustrating message on a song that envelops like a massive 13 tog duvet.
Contact Elliot Mitchell
Let this zinger from the London indie cheurbs restore your faith in guitars, melody and wistful lyrics. From new record Universal High, out in July.
Contact Jamie Woolgar
All I Want,
This new Ride song is remarkable for its pneumatic drumming, tidal waves of guitar and boyish vocals. Be glad they’re back.
Contact James Windle
Odesza (feat. Wynne & Mansionair)
Line Of Sight,
Ever found yourself wondering what would happen if Bastille got cooler? Us neither, but this widescreen pop song is worth a listen all the same.
Contact Sinead Mills
Shabazz Palaces (feat. Thaddilac)
Shine A Light,
A trippy, piecemeal introduction to Quazarz, the fictional rap alien the Seattle hip-hop duo have based their new album on. As weird as it sounds.
Contact Ben Harris