If it’s become harder to hear hyperpop without all the accompanying baggage of context, That Kid reminds us why this music felt so potent in the first place.
The Australian fusionist's epic establishes itself as the delirious summer samba worth sweating over, Will Schube writes.
In their latest attempt to prove that no production style is too foreign for their voices, Tony Shhnow and Zelooperz embark on a rap K-Ci & JoJo impression.
OME is no stranger to the posse cut. On his latest, he maintains the continuity of playing well with others, writes Chris Daly.
Motivated by the massive success of his YouTube channel, El Chombo has come back from retirement and decided to create a new chapter of his legendary mixtape series.
The latest project from Chelsea rapper YL exemplifies the kinds of rewards that can come from taking significant risks.
In an hour, Green Carnation offers us a masterpiece like little else, and is the best example of what progressive rock could do at the beginning of the 21st century.
On Meek's title track from his new project he employs a new flow and patience.
PIERI’s music is a reminder that attitude is a universal language.
Will Hagle breaks down IDLES and slowthai's sarcastic takedown of that all-too-familiar small down where people start sentences with “I’m not a racist but…”