Chelsea Wolfe — Birth of Violence

“Birth of Violence is an album full of earthly and ethereal wonder. Wolfe strays away from the metal elements found in past works, embracing her interest in folk and rock. The music carries the listener throughout each track, making for a meditative experience. With Birth of Violence, Chelsea Wolfe offers a compelling work brimming with emotion and dreamy wonder.” – Consequence Of Sound

Jenny Hval — The Practice of Love

“On her new LP, The Practice of Love, Norwegian avant-pop genius Jenny Hval explores a variety of intricate, intensely personal topics against an array of kaleidoscopic soundscapes.” – The Line Of Best Fit

Sam Fender – Hypersonic Missiles

“Hypersonic Missiles isn’t a perfect debut, which is probably for the best. If there’s one lesson to be taken from rock music over the last 20 years, it’s that an artist who arrives without a hair out of place is an artist in trouble. If you turn up fully-formed, there’s usually nowhere to go next. Instead, it feels like something mainstream rock music hasn’t dished up in a long time: an album that sounds not just like a hit, but a loud announcement of a striking talent with the space and potential to mature and develop.” – The Guardian


“All the tracks on ‘Now’ have previously never been heard [one of which being a St. Vincent cover], but touch off where the boys last left off with further emphasis on captivatingly soulful tones amongst the pristine polish lathered on top of the colourful electronic instrumentation.” – Acid Stag

Alex Cameron – Miami Memory

“While casual listeners may find this humour flippant, given the topics explored on Miami Memory, closer listens reveal a mature and surprisingly au courant album that grapples with complex social issues in a commendably fearless way. ” – Exclaim!