Articles by Finn McQueen
Unhurried art-rockers break a long creative silence with a mysterious, graceful and strikingly good album.
This is a fun album from a fun band, and festival line-ups are the better for Blood Red Shoes staying in the business. But, more deeply, Get Tragic is somewhat lacking in character.
Boy Harsher walk a precarious tightrope between alluring and eerie on their second full-length, with strong, sinister results.
James Blake remains easier to admire than to love, but his fourth album is a sweet, romantic record produced with a lightness of touch.
Musical notes from the underground emerge on a night of new artists that unearths some previously-buried gems. . .
Toronto dream-pop four-piece Tallies craft a debut which is engaging in parts and frustratingly familiar in others.
Two marvels of techno unite for a record that’s not quite of the sum of its parts.