Midlake conquer London. Glastonbury next?
Articles by Tony Hardy
California five-piece fails to mesh with new cold environs.
Get lost in the loveliness.
Happiness, hope, and grief are weighed in equal measure.
They also talk about their new album and touring the US eventually.
A psychedelic melting pot from Foxygen drummer Shaun Fleming.
The Brooklynites shine on a highly listenable, label-defying debut.
Music can be this good and still leave you oddly feeling a little flat.
A spiritual landing in the late 60′s.
A triumph of substance and style.
Howard delivers a self-assured debut that’s quite intimate.
Lovelorn tales that somehow remain upbeat and dance-y.