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There are sax solos (more than one), and pounding rhythms that make you want to jump in a car and drive down a highway at sunset, and blistering electric guitars next to classic troubadour acoustics. (RO), It’s been a long wait for Flying Lotus’s new album.
Grunge-rinsed, feminist-flipped, upcycled Fifties guitar an’ all: Crushing is a triumph. If you are using a VPN, and other users of the same VPN are abusing the service, then you'll be automatically banned as well. She was deeply affected by the deaths, and would no doubt have been devastated by recent events in Northern Ireland as well. On this record, he’s taking a stab at, well, every genre. (Roisin O'Connor), This is an ambitious creation, meticulously crafted and assembled. In fact, the LA producer has been masterminding Flamagra for the past five years – snatching moments between collaborating with Kendrick Lamar on To Pimp a Butterfly, directing and writing the comic horror movie Kuso, producing much of Thundercat’s Drunk and growing his Brainfeeder label. (Jazz Monroe), BMTH frontman Oli Sykes wants to assert the fragility of the boundary between love and hate. (Roisin O'Connor), The record is loosely conceptual insomuch as it’s punctuated with mock adverts for “WWAY HEALTH, our 24/7 care programme”. I watched my kids sing and dance to this album all morning before school. It sounds like The Cranberries found some kind of closure in this last record. Even when she’s singing, “I’ve wasted my youth”, it’s in that sweet voice, with carefree “doo doo doo doo doo doos”, and at a pace that’s so upbeat that it masks the sentiment. The production here is superb. Rather.
Social Cues is an album where Shultz bares his soul, and apparently shakes off a few demons in the process. (Roisin O’Connor), If you want to know how hard it is to categorise Titanic Rising – the enthralling fourth album from Weyes Blood – look no further than the American musician’s own attempt to do so. (Alexandra Pollard), Tales of witchy curses (“On Graveyard Hill”) and spirit reincarnation (“Daniel Boone”) feel like they’ve been dug up from ancient folklore, and capture classic-Pixies menace and ghoulish spirit.
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(Patrick Smith), The tones here are stark and bleak, compared to the claustrophobia of 2014’s Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes. This album is so bad that is just goes to show how untalented ed sheeran really is even with the help of his so called mates. It’s relentlessly safe – both melodically and lyrically – with my nine-year-old only picking out “a couple of times he said the S word” and edgy-lipped rapper Cardi B sounding “so sweet” to my seven-year-old, who also informed me that Sheeran is great because he’s one of only three pop stars to have a gold Blue Peter badge (the other two being Madonna and Paul McCartney). You can also choose to be emailed when someone replies to your comment. A few songs that good ain't enough to make up the residue. “Love Fuzz”, which serves as the opposing bookend at the album’s close, is even wilder. She switches her vocal style song to song, moving from a lilting croon on “The Barrel” to the quirky elocution of the title track. Unsurprisingly, the end result sounds not unlike a Top 20 rundown or Spotify’s Hot Hits UK playlist. It is, she says, “The Kinks meet the Second World War, or Bob Seger meets Enya.” Neither of those is a particularly accurate description, but they do at least fit the album’s refusal to loiter in any one genre. But that’s where Ed Sheeran was born, and though he’s been a member of pop’s A team for almost a decade now, the 28-year-old strumster is determined to remind us that he’s an awkward, East Anglian lad, ill at ease in the company of the stellar cast of American collaborators joining him on a fourth album that has a brazen shot at every chart-bothering genre from Latin to grime and dancehall. Written in the aftermath of Hackman’s split from fellow musician Amber Bain – aka The Japanese House, who released her own reflection on their break-up on her debut album Good at Falling – Any Human Friend is a satisfyingly dismal affair that is certainly not suitable for the four-year-old who inspired it. (Roisin O'Connor), The record frequently switches in tone: Banks can be both formidable and vulnerable, accusatory or filled with regret. (Roisin O'Connor), This self-titled record, a loose but beautifully crafted collection of folk-rock songs, explores the kinds of anxieties intrinsic to the modern age – the longing to be at once noticed and invisible; the paralysing effects of limitless information, and the desire to do good versus the desire to be seen doing good.
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