On his first album for Warp, Wu-lu mixes grunge guitars with drum’n’bass breaks and claustrophobic atmospheres, seeking uneasy catharsis. It’s an apt reflection of our times; an era marred by inequality, division and unrepentant greed that is inspiring art that is equally tumultuous.
Cave World is an absurd, brilliantly fun album and the perfect soundtrack to a world coming out of massive two year hangover.
Pan Amsterdam offer a fresh perspective and display of prowess on the purist jazz-rap sound with expressive delivery and abstract imagery laced with seemingly nonsensical eyebrow-raisers akin to early Ghostface or DOOM.
Inspired by a childhood dreamsand the pop radio hits of the 2000s, Beabadoobee’s second album is simultaneously heavy and light, dense and playful, melodic and dissonant.
Black Midi’s ‘Hellfire’ is at once goofy and high brow. A heavy, avant garde volcanic eruption of serious silliness.
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