(scroll down for live reviews)

Melody’s Echo Chamber – Melody’s Echo Chamber

The Durutti Column – Short Stories for Pauline

Kendrick Lamar – good kid, m.A.A.d city

Vessel – Order of Noise

GOOD Music – Cruel Summer

The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Meat and Bone

The Orb feat. Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry – The Observer in the Star House

Poor Moon – Poor Moon

Jessie Ware – Devotion

Groundislava – Feel Me

Mala – Mala in Cuba

JJ DOOM – Keys to the Kuffs

Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti – Mature Themes

Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra – Antibalas

The Antlers – Undersea EP

The Very Best – MTMTMK

Darling Farah – Body

Vacationer – Gone

The Walkmen – Heaven

Cold Specks – I Predict a Graceful Expulsion

El-P – Cancer for the Cure

Bullion – Love Me Oh Please Love Me

Gringo Star – Count Yer Lucky Stars

Slugabed – Time Team

Willis Earl Beal – Acousmatic Sorcery

Toro Y Moi – June 2009

Paul Weller – Sonik Kicks

THEESatisfaction – awE naturalE

Lee Ranaldo – Between the Times and the Tides

Julia Holter – Ekstasis

Damien Jurado – Maraqopa

Young Magic – Melt

Randomer – Scruff Box/Get Yourself Together

Speech Debelle – Freedom of Speech

Sigha – Abstractions I – IV

Schoolboy Q – Habits & Contradictions

Pulled Apart by Horses – ‘Tough Love’

Lapalux – When You’re Gone

Porcelain Raft – Strange Weekend

Francois & The Atlas Mountains – E Volo Love

Michael Kiwanuka – Home Again (EP)

Plug – Back On Time

Royalty – Purple Nights (EP)

Pinch & Shackleton – Pinch & Shackleton

Emika – Emika

The Roots – Undun

The Black Keys – El Camino

Amy Winehouse – Lioness: Hidden Treasures

Floating Points – Shadows EP

Drake – Take Care

Dro Carey – Journey With The Heavy

Om Unit – Transport EP

Teebs – Collection 01

Blue Daisy – The Sunday Gift

Paul Woolford & Psycatron – Stolen (12″)

Sam Kidel – String Loops (EP)

Vessel – Wax Dance (EP)

Mizz Beats – Scientific Brainpest

Seams – Focus Energy/Motive Order

Bass Clef – Rollercoasters of the Heart/So Cruel 12″

Vessel – Nylon Sunset 12″

Andy Mac – Everytime/Asteroid Belts 12″

Spatial – Spatial

Peaking Lights – 936

Lapalux – Many Faces out of Focus (EP)

Bibio – Mind Bokeh

Black Chow – Wonderland (EP)

Cornershop – Cornershop and the Double ‘O’ Groove of

Kurt Vile – Smoke Ring for my Halo

Daedelus – Tailor-made (feat Milosh) (Single)

Kahn – Like we used to/Helter Skelter (12″)

Sonic Youth – Simon Werner a Disparu

Radiohead – The King of Limbs

Morris Cowan – Circa

Gil Scott-Heron & Jamie XX – We’re New Here

Nicolas Jaar – Space is Only Noise

Jezz Hall – Silhouette Man

Chairman Kato – Wildfire

Ghostpoet – Peanut Butter Blues and Melancholy Jam

James Blake – James Blake

Iron & Wine – Kiss Each Other Clean

Seams – Tourist EP

Gorillaz – The Fall

Sleigh Bells – Treats

Botany – Feeling Today EP

Warpaint – The Fool

Brian Eno – Small Craft on a Milk Sea

Mount Kimbie – Crooks and Lovers

Massive Attack – Heligoland

Four Tet – There is Love in You

Julian Casablancas – Phrazes for the Young



The xx, Shepherd’s Bush Empire. 10/12/2012 (Live Review)

Africa Express, Granary Square. 08/09/2012 (Live Review)

Holy Other, Rescue Rooms. 26/08/12. (Live Review)

Savages, The Bodega. 30/07/12. (Live Review)

Optimus Alive Festival, Lisbon. (Live Review)

Primavera Sound, Barcelona. (Live Review)

Jay-Z & Kanye West, O2 Arena. 21/05/2012 (Live Review)

Sharon Van Etten, Scala. 16/05/2012 (Live Review)

The Great Escape, Brighton. 10-12/05/2012 (Live Review)

Ghostpoet @ Soul Cellar 04/05/2012 (Live Review)

Portico Quartet @ York Hall 29/02/2012 (Live Review)

Pulled Apart By Horses @ Soul Cellar 22/02/2012 (Live Review)

Das Racist @ Joiners Live 2/12/2011 (Live Review)

Summer Camp @ Joiners Live 14/11/2011 (Live Review)

Kurt Vile @ Scala 08/09/2011 (Live Review)

Introducing Play…Endtroducing…(Koko, Camden)

Junip (XOYO, London)

School of Seven Bells (Scala, King’s Cross)

The African Soul Rebels Tour (The Anvil Arts Centre, Basingstoke)

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry (Jazz Cafe, Camden)


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