Our regular round-up of the best new songs of the week includes, Waxahatchee, Kendrick Lamar, Cuz Lightyear, Memoryy, Skating Polly, Paramore, Ghostpoet, Mozart's Sister and George Maple.
Our regular round-up of of best new songs of the week includes Kendrick Lamar, Broken Social Scene, Future Islands, Skating Polly, Mura Masa and Syd.
This year’s best, and indeed most important, albums seem to reflect the terrifying complexity of the world we’re in right now.
Don't ever fuck with Beyoncé. Not only will the world hear every detail of your sordid treachery, it will also be wrapped up in an outstanding album that's the strongest of Beyoncé's career so far, so everyone will be reminded of it every time they hear it, repeatedly, for years to come.
Kendrick Lamar is untouchable right now. untitled unmastered is another stop on his journey of making the world a better, more educated place, one record at a time.
Taking all the effort out of deciding what albums to listen to in the remaining 13 days of the year as well as what order to listen to them in (descending order of not-shitness) here are Methods Unsound’s best albums of 2015, reviewed and ranked just for you.
It's summer. You can tell it's summer because the music industry buggers off on holiday for three months leaving us all bereft of new music and having to listen to our Dad's Greatest Hits of ELO cassette and pretend like that's a brilliant and convenient thing to do. It's lucky you bought that cassette player last year, you hipster bag of crap otherwise you'd be really fucked.
Kendrick Lamar is basically a genius. An untouchable creative talent who writes lyrics that place current socio-political themes within a historical context.