On his debut album, slowthai proves himself to be an exciting new voice in the UK hip hop landscape.
It's hard not to nod in agreement with what Dave's saying throughout Psychodrama, but generic instrumentals and humdrum flows don't translate many of his good points into captivating songs.
Though GREY Area isn't the most cutting-edge rap album out there, there's not a spot on it where Little Simz falters even slightly.
A defining moment for electronic music across the board, Burial's sophomore album evokes a state of continuous bliss under grey skies.
UK punk outfit IDLES return with an album that improves on the brutal and politically charged style the band delivered on their debut last year. One of the best punk albums of the decade without question!
While the trap-goth direction of "Pictures of You" could use some work, this debut EP solidifies HMLTD as one of the most promising post-punk groups out right now.
Let's Eat Grandma's sophomore album is a hodgepodge of mostly great ideas.
Skepta's new EP starts strong enough and even offers a miraculous banger featuring the Based God himself, but it instantly takes a nosedive in the second half.