Tom Morgan

80
An endlessly fun album with plenty on its mind, ‘The Golden Age Of Self-Snitching’ is an accomplished debut whose complex genre-fluidity is so elegant you’ll barely notice it. In fact, it’ll likely set your pulse racing too fast to think about it anyway.
80

While it’d be difficult to proclaim it her finest work, ‘She Reaches Out To She Reaches Out To She’ is certainly Wolfe’s most ambitious and careful-constructed album.

60
It’s a shame, and a frequent problem in guitar music right now, that such potent lyrical observations are paired with music that’s so beholden to the past.
90

With A Hammer actually is all the more admirable for its accessibility. Rarely does it feel challenging, even in its moments that venture furthest from familiarity.

90
The bold sophomore album from the London experimentalists is a singular work rife with ambitious songwriting and sincere, sharply-observed emotions.
80

Canadian jazz/hip-hop band BadBadNotGood’s Talk Memory sees them ascend towards more bold and elaborate heights than ever before.


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