Monday May 25, 2020

Album reviews: Perfume Genius, Tim Burgess, Sleaford Mods

Art-pop maverick romps through pop-music history; ex-Charlatans frontman goes psychedelic; and relentless socially-aware punks rival Ken Loach for bleak realism

17th May, 2020
Perfume Genius aka Mike Hadreas; “I wanted to feel more open, more free and spiritually wild.”


Perfume Genius

Set My Heart on Fire Immediately (Matador Records)

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