The London singer-songwriter’s warm, conversational and observant debut justifies the hype.
A legal gag may have censored the lyrics but this ambitious UK rapper’s second mixtape proves talent can’t be held back.
Full of 90s and 00s nostalgia, from Destiny’s Child to Café del Mar, the Danish artist’s second album boasts witty lyrics, outlandish soundscapes and beautiful pop melodies.
Cave’s rich writing and Ellis’s dense sounds form a reliably potent picture of locked-down end-times and the fantasy of redemption.
On their third and best album, the London four-piece embrace a more polished, widescreen sound that serves their sharp writing on late-20s anxieties.