Saturday 30 April 2016

Review of 'Slay-Z' by Azealia Banks

Azealia Banks has always been remarkably talented at being dislikable.

Friday 29 April 2016

BEST AND WORST NEW TRACKS OF THE WEEK 29/04/2016: DJ Shadow, Jammz, The 1975 and more...

This week I bring you new music without exploiting Prince's death or giving Beyonce any more unneeded publicity...

Sunday 24 April 2016

BEST NEW TRACKS OF THE WEEK 24/04/2016: Gruff Rhys, Gojira, Ariana Grande and more...

I’ve been having computer problems recently, so I apologise for the two day delay with this weekly segment (yes, I know, you wouldn’t hear Pitchfork coming up with an excuse like that!). I’ve decided to make up for the delay by bringing you lots of good music – no ‘worst tracks’ this week! The theme is Europe

Thursday 21 April 2016

Friday 15 April 2016

BEST AND WORST NEW TRACKS OF THE WEEK 15/04/2016: BADBADNOTGOOD, Jaggery, Clique and more…

BMWs, biohazard suits and Baywatch-star-boobs – I do talk some shit in these weekly segments. But bare with me, the music makes up for it.

Saturday 9 April 2016

INTRODUCING: Little Death Machine

It’s time to introduce and interview another idiosyncratic band I found on the internet. Meet Little Death Machine.

Friday 8 April 2016

BEST AND WORST NEW TRACKS OF THE WEEK 08/04/2016: Schoolboy Q, Tinie Tempah, Kaytranada and more...

I’ve been binging on mostly hip hop this week, so I apologise to all you non-rap fans. All I can say is DAT BEAT THO…

Sunday 3 April 2016

Review of 'Imperial' by Denzel Curry

Take some meaty trap rap. Sprinkle in some crushed shrooms for that touch of psychedelia. Mix until cloudy. Add some social consciousness to spice things up. Throw a couple of addictively sweet hooks into the mix. Turn the anger and energy up to 100°C and leave to simmer. You have a Denzel Curry.

Friday 1 April 2016

BEST AND WORST NEW TRACKS OF THE WEEK 01/04/2016: Big K.R.I.T, Celebration Guns, Polonium and more...

Eaten all your Easter eggs? Need another stimulus? No need to fear, Alasdair is here, bringing you these tasty tunes to sink your teeth into. Sugary themes include psychopathy and the nihilistic realities of working life.