Record Store Day 2018

Steve Davis’s favourite tracks and top tips for Record Store Day 2018

Steve Davis spun some his favourite records at the newly opened Stranger Than Paradise record shop in Hackney, London, and offered some top tips for Record Store Day 2018. ‘It’s… Read more

Bowers & Wilkin PX

PX Sound Series: Atmosphere

We’re embarking on a sonic journey to unearth the nuances in your music with PX. Over the course of three blog posts we’ll uncover tracks, which PX – through its… Read more

T7 Wireless

The ultimate spring playlist for T7 Wireless Bluetooth™ speaker

Spring has sprung, meaning it’s time to get outside and enjoy your music. So we’ve put together a perfect playlist of spring-themed tracks, featuring artists like The Beatles, Aphex Twin… Read more

Cosmo Sheldrake

Album review: Cosmo Sheldrake – The Much Much How How and I (Transgressive Records)

Weird and wonderful You don’t often come across original artists in contemporary music, in most cases it’s possible to trace the ideas heard in ‘new’ music back to an earlier… Read more

Michael Wollny Trio live

Album review: Michael Wollny Trio Live – Wartburg (ACT)

There are two broad schools of piano trio music in Europe, one influenced by the Esbjorn Svensson Trio (e.s.t.) who took Thelonius Monk as inspiration, and the other dominated by… Read more

You Were Never Really Here Jonny Greenwood

Film Soundtrack Review: You Were Never Really Here (2018)

A flexing of frequencies In a performance that earned him a best actor award at Cannes last year, Joaquin Phoenix embraces the role of a rugged gunman with a soft… Read more

Album Review: Meshell Ndegeocello – Ventriloquism (Naïve)

It’s hard for us on this side of the pond to appreciate just how significant an impact the current incumbent of the White House is having on the culture of… Read more

Our favourite late-night listening albums

Turn down the lights, switch on your system or headphones, and relax into your favourite chair. We share seven of our favourite great-sounding albums, all of which are simply perfect… Read more

Album Review: American Utopia (Nonesuch)

Back in 1983 David Byrne sang about Slippery People with Talking Heads, 35 years later those people are still in power but they’re even harder to make sense of. Byrne’s… Read more