At the start of the year, we were pretty sure Arlo Parks would ‘do quite well’, but what followed was positively interstellar.
Aussie punksters Amyl & The Sniffers' debut album made enough noise to grab attention. All eyes (and ears) ensured, they're back with a follow-up.
Feeling penned in by everyday constraints, The Vaccines' new album 'Back In Love City' sees them trying on different lives and fictional places for size.
Rejjie Snow is in a world full of joy and character that's his own making.
Packed with choruses with conviction and more riffs than you know what to do with.
A seductive and suspense-building voyage.
A simply exquisite plethora of experimental jazz, hip-hop, neo-soul, ragga and dub.
Questionable lyricism aside, sonically, the album is impressive and defiant.
Noga Erez melds pop, hip-hop and electronica into something completely unique.
Genesis Owusu's first full-length is a triumphant beast that's broken defiantly out of its cage.