Our panel discuss their recent listens and some unusual news stories, before going in-depth on three of the most talked about recent albums.
Welcome to Let It Beat, BPM's new writers podcast where you get to meet the members of our team on a more personal level as we discuss and debate the music that's recently been making us tick. In this episode, the panel discuss their recent listens and Kanye's ongoing DONDA saga, before focusing on in-depth discussions of new albums by Alexis Marshall, Billie Eilish and Lingua Ignota
Interview: Alexis Marshall – Daughters’ vocalist discusses the influences and experience of his debut solo album, House Of Lull. House Of When
“I wanted to have something where I didn’t have to take anyone’s thoughts into consideration and do whatever I wanted in my own timeline... Everybody in Daughters is talented, so it can be hard to bring in ideas without feeling self-conscious about them. This is my project, so whatever ideas I have they’re mine, and I can use them without feeling uncomfortable.”
Chase McMullen, Tim Sentz, Ethan Reis, Rob Hakimian, Kyle Kohner, John Amen, Mimi Kenny and John Wohlmacher·
We count down the Top 30 rap albums of the year so far
John Wohlmacher, John Amen, Mimi Kenny, Ray Finlayson, Todd Dedman, Aleksandr Smirnov, Tim Sentz, Matthew Barton, Jasper WIllems, JT Early, Rob Hakimian, Ana Leorne, Kyle Kohner, Jeremy J. Fisette and Chase McMullen·
Grab a cup of tea, hold on to your favourite My Little Pony plushie, and venture with us into the nether realms of the darkest albums according to the BPM team