Louisa Rose Allen (aka Foxes) won’t have to fight too hard to win over fans of brooding, big-R Romantic pop with this remarkably assured EP debut.
NO proves that eight long years of slumber have been fertile ground for Old Man Gloom’s ideas.
They like to jerk and roll. They like a stiff edge and a bounce. They like festivals.
The final day of Pitchfork brings a barrage of guitar bands, a tight race between coasts east and west and a feel-good farewell from the boys in Vampire Weekend.
Tipped Bowls is an album that reaches for dual polarities – those that you might find in an art museum and those you might find in an antiquated video game system gathering dust in your basement or attic – and admirably succeeds for the …