Fresh off her debut album 'I Used to Think I Could Fly', Tate Mcrae hit the UK and Ireland this week for a run of live shows long in the waiting
‘Headful Of Sugar’ is a pure thrill ride.
A record that will perhaps best come to life on a hazy summer festival slot.
Honeyglaze carry a dry sense of humour and air of living their best lives through their music.
There's a bite and an edginess to many of the songs here.
Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard skip happily down the thin line between loving homage and cheesy pastiche and (mostly) stay on the right side.
alt-J have pushed themselves back to the front.
After achieving a breakout success no one could have expected with their debut, experimental London mob Black Country, New Road are back with their second album.
This swift follow-up somehow manages the neat trick of pleasing the lovers while showing everyone else a new side and a good time too.
A record that chooses to fight back and stares down anything getting in the way of recovery.