John Preston finishes his round-up of the best albums of the year.
John Preston has revisited the abundance of amazing music that was released over the last 12-months and picks what he considers to be the very best 10 albums of 2018.
LA native and singer-songwriter Miya Folick has taken her time to settle on and refine a sound in assured debut Premonitions.
Empress Of has quietly and unexpectedly released a joyous and thoughtful pop record.
There is no doubting that Honey is a very personal record from an artist that has gradually and notably refused to comprise.
With new album Chris, Christine and The Queens remain a genuinely exciting band.
Kilo Kash is wildly alive on Mothe and this her most confident and exciting record so far, make sure you don’t miss it.
John Preston has fixed feelings about Anna Calvi’s Hunter.
John Preston reviews All Saints fifth album, Testament, which features 2 songs produced by returning band collaborator, William Orbit.
John Preston shines the spotlight on Half Waif’s excellent grown-up synth pop album Lavender, one that you may have missed from earlier this year.