Author: Simon Winkler

Review: Angel Olsen, ‘My Woman’

A new Angel Olsen album, a new masterclass in songwriting. My Woman is the Missouri-born artist’s third record: another compelling collection of tracks that move from atmospheric ballads through to electric folk and rock. A...

Review: Kaytranada, ‘99%’

Kaytranada is the best kind of talented: he’s generous with his gifts.  For many years the Canadian super-producer has refined his signature blend of electronic music, founded in hip hop and filtered through the heaviest...

Review: Baio, ‘The Names’

Baio has been releasing the occasional dance single and remix for several years, but The Names offers a deeper examination of his songwriting craft.    Well known as the bassist from Vampire Weekend, Baio reveals great skill in...

Review: Sui Zhen, ‘Secretly Susan’

Melbourne-based artist Sui Zhen is known for a wide range of musical styles, from acoustic folk to more experimental pop and minimalist dance tracks.  She is a master in many fields, and Secretly Susan combines them into an...

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