She may sound different again next time but for now Three Futures is Torres’ current home, and we’re lucky she’s invited us in.
Fans of Aimee Mann will take anything she throws at them, greedily and with little complaint.
Redemption should be blaring from every speaker and stadium in the world.
Take Her up to Monto sees this genuinely sui generis artist at her absolute brazen best, reaching out and connecting you to a world that you always hoped existed.
John Preston delights in Beth Orton’s surprising change of direction on her sixth album Kidsticks.
Georgia’s debut is one you should hear – bursting with cohesive and surprising genres.
Tove Stryke’s assured second album ‘Kiddo’ is a pop gem that has ingenuity and attitude to spare.
Hannah Cohen has made a very good album indeed, make sure you get to hear it.
Susanne Sundfør wanted to make her fifth album all pop, did she succeed?
UK singer-songwriter Indiana’s debut album is a determined collection of late night and brooding electronica.