Following the release of her debut album this month, I spoke to futuristic R&B artist Kelela about sex, vulnerability, and … More
Twenty years after it was released, I wrote about why we are living, loving, singing and dancing in the afterglow … More
Considering the more futuristic end of R&B that artists like MHYSA are making, I reviewed July and August’s releases for … More
I wrote about the refreshing candour of SZA’s long-awaited debut album as well as reviewing two months of R&B releases … More
I reviewed SZA’s debut album, Ctrl, for the Observer New Review. You can read it here.
I considered what constitutes R&B in 2017, and reviewed March and April’s releases in my column for the Quietus, here.
Primal panting over a pulse, flashes of glimmering chimes and an intricate, glitchy beat all topped with self-assured vocals that … More
I once tried to start a regular feature on this blog “For the love of R&B”, in which I would … More
[Originally published on GoldenPlec] “Things got a little out of hand there.” Bilal is seemingly the master of understatement, because throwing … More
There is something oddly fitting about meeting Oxford four-piece Glass Animals in the disorientating docklands area of East London, wandering … More