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Chelsea Wolfe – ‘Pain Is Beauty’

Darker than dark<p>In her pursuit of a darker darkness, Sacramento’s Chelsea Wolfe has gone so far as to cover Burzum, the Norwegian black metal act …

Earl Sweatshirt – ‘Doris’

Odd Future’s 19-year-old lyrical wünderkind takes on the insecurities that come with his new life<p>The genesis of ‘Doris’ goes something like this: in …

Holograms – ‘Forever’

A new chapter for the Swedish punks<p>With an intro torn straight from Savages’ sketchbook of super-bleak landscapes, ‘Forever’ marks an impressive …

King Khan & The Shrines – ‘Idle No More’

A big brassy comeback<p>Five years after ‘The Supreme Genius Of King Khan And The Shrines’, musical shaman Arish ‘King’ Khan is back with another …

The Strypes – ‘Snapshot’

A short and sweet coming of age album<p>Watching The Strypes perform, you’re struck by a worrying thought that these four Irish teens have been …

Splashh – ‘Comfort’

An unexpectedly dark success<p>This Anglo-Antipodean quartet are often portrayed as lo-fi nuts chasing summer highs, as bands like Mazes or Bos Angeles …

Babyshambles – ‘Sequel To The Prequel’

Peter sounds invigorated by a move to Paris, on a record mostly put together by bassist Drew McDonnell<p>Peter Doherty will always be a man whose talent …

The reviews are in for Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ and critics are unanimous

Del Toro's romantic horror film premiered at Venice Film Festival today (August 31).<p>The first reviews are in for ‘The Shape of Water’, and they’re …

Golden Suits – ‘Golden Suits’

Crunching rhythms, subtle brass, and tunes as intoxicating as a blood transfusion from Pete Doherty<p>The two watches on the sleeve represent the …

Belle & Sebastian – ‘The Third Eye Centre’

Retrospective rarities collection from the indie legends<p>For some, Belle And Sebastian are twee, sickly sweet and lacking in substance. For others, …

Julianna Barwick – ‘Nepenthe’

Her songs sound even more spaced out and unreal than ever<p>Named after the ancient Greek drug of forgetfulness, Julianna Barwick’s third album recalls …

Forest Swords – ‘Engravings’

Be warned – this sword will leave an indelible mark<p>2013 is shaping up to be a vintage year for the kind of electronic music Björk would relax to in …

Franz Ferdinand – ‘Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action’

Four years since their half-hearted third album, they’re back to their sharpest, struttiest, guitar-driven best<p>There’s a line in ‘Fresh …

Little Green Cars – ‘Absolute Zero’

Expect them to be unfeasibly big<p>Noted in the accursed BBC Sound Of… poll earlier this year, Dublin five-piece Little Green Cars are post-folk in a …

Laura Veirs – ‘Warp And Weft’

A rich, evocative expression of a mother’s optimism and anxieties<p>Considering she was eight months pregnant during its recording, you might expect …

Diana – ‘Perpetual Surrender’

An intriguing debut<p>It’s 1991 all over again in Canada, and if your goth doesn’t have a touch of the electronic about it then you’re nothing. Grimes …

Braids – ‘Flourish // Perish’

A masterclass in restrained beauty<p>A light touch isn’t what comes to mind when you think of the Montreal synthwave scene, home of the squishy Moog …

Crocodiles – ‘Crimes Of Passion’

It’s perfect for those 3am mornings when you’re full of alcohol and regret<p>San Diego’s Crocodiles have been treading the line between darkness and …

No Age – ‘An Object’

LA duo put the Kings Of Leon T-shirt incident behind them and go back to basics on enjoyably difficult third album<p>LA’s No Age have always been a …

Drenge – ‘Drenge’

Rory and Eoin Loveless’ debut is a sardonic, punky and deeply British twist on the rock double act<p>As soon as you hear the name, you know full well …

Zola Jesus & JG Thirlwell feat. Mivos Quartet – ‘Versions’

What previously sounded like a gloomy, trancey shot at ’90s pop idealism is rendered ripe with modern classical pomp<p>Nika Rosa ‘Zola Jesus’ Danilova …

Moderat – ‘II’

A series of nocturnal funk swells and echoes occasionally adorned with choruses that sound like a blitzed ‘Get Lucky’<p>Mood-setter ‘The Mark …

Pinkunoizu – ‘The Drop’

This is folk music transmitted from the far corner of the universe<p>Turn back, Skrillex fans. This is not the drop you are looking for. Come on in, the …

The Night VI – ‘Still Thinking Of You’

The songs are a slick mix of melody and melancholy, and Rose-Harper knows the power of romantic intrigue<p>The Night VI may sound like a dodgy horror …