Saturday, January 16, 2021
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    Review: Future Islands’ ‘As Long As You Are’

    Originating from Baltimore, Future Islands were three albums into their acclaimed discography when they hit the mainstream in 2014 with their iconic Letterman performance...

    I like what you like: lockdown albums and decision fatigue

    "Lockdown has heightened our collective experience of album drops. In a time of physical separation, bonding over a shared auditory experience is a privilege we haven’t taken for granted."

    Review: Gorillaz’ ‘Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez’

    2020 sees the release of the third Gorillaz album in four years. With previous efforts Humanz and The Now Now being somewhat lacklustre affairs,...

    Gotye’s ‘Somebody That I Used to Know’ – a modern classic

    According to all known laws of the music industry, there is no way that ‘Somebody That I Used to Know’ should have been a hit....
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    The return of live music: Nick Cave’s ‘Idiot Prayer’

    Of the many cultural events 2020 has cruelly snatched away from us, the loss of live music is perhaps the one that has hit the...

    Review: The Chicks’ ‘Gaslighter’

    Fourteen years since their last album, and 17 since they were effectively shut out from the country music industry, The Chicks (formerly known as...

    Review: Bladee’s ‘333’

    Bladee’s music is either airy transcendence...or the worst thing you’ve ever heard.
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    Cherwell’s albums of the year so far

    Ten albums that we've judged to be among the best of this weird, weird year so far

    SOPHIE: a sound of change and triumph

    Sophie’s music is the sound of triumph in insecurity and acceptance of identity

    Album Review: Rina Sawayama’s ‘SAWAYAMA’

    Sofia Henderson celebrates a dynamic but thoughtful debut