#Flashback Early 90s psych rock with a deep south twang courtesy of the band's debut self titled album
#AlbumReview Ah, the ever mysterious Hype Williams. Are they a band? Are they an art project? Who are / is / were Hype Williams? Well, whatever Hype Williams currently is, it has a new album. Or is it an album?
#AlbumReview So here's a collaboration we were unsure about when it was first announced; QOTSA x Mark Ronson. We're open minded though, and you should be too about this album
#AlbumReview Lugubrious tones and shakily tuned, gravelly vocals with cinematic majesty
#AlbumReview Some may have thought of Chip's claim to be in a league of his own to be a little arrogant. We think that's only true if he wasn't able to back the statement up. Chip consistently has, as he's shown it once again on his latest album
#AlbumReview A frenetic showcase of the versatility of this Newcastle duo
#AlbumReview Yuill's ability to stitch together seemingly disconnected sounds from a range of genres and influences into coherent and engaging songs really comes to the fore on this release