Robbie Williams is the rarest of pop beasts: a glad-eyed yet vulnerable chap jostling with polished androids for chart supremacy.
Dunedin-Christchurch veterans The Bats manage to pull off the deft trick of sounding fresh yet familiar on their ninth studio album.
Swedish singer Zara Larsson’s second album is full of a swagger that swings between self-effacing intelligence and a self-awareness that sometimes come across as the aural equivalent of a selfie.
Cartoonish times demand cartoon voices, and with The Archies on extended hiatus, it falls to Gorillaz to fill that void.
Six years after the 2011 release of Helplessness Blues and nearly a decade since their excellent 2008 self-titled debut, Fleet Foxes return with an effort that offers no great departure from their...