- R&S Records: In Order to Dance XI
"The techno/old-school undercurrent will sit nicely in the basement raves"
- Jehst: The Dragon From An Ordinary Family
"The man has lost absolutely none of his ability to paint a picture with his words."
- Kanye West: My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
"To his credit, Kanye has consistently sought an expression beyond the realm from which he emerged at the end of the 1990’s."
- Wookie: Wookie
"Garage couldn’t have a more blatant anthem than 'Scrappy'."
- Eskmo: Eskmo
Given the raw energy packed into this album, it would be to the surprise of many that the gears of Ninja Tune’s new signing started to tremble.
- Bliss n Eso – Running On Air
Despite the odd production choices, this is still an astonishingly good hip-hop album, and one you should get without hesitation.
- Zero dB – One Offs, Remixes and B Sides
four years after their superb debut and after the beat broth was running the risk of settling, Zero dB return with their rhythm seductive One Offs, Remixes and B sides
- The Roots: How I Got Over
The Roots’ ninth studio album is what we’ve come to expect: thought-provoking, serious and immaculately presented, with this one especially introspective.
- Homeboy Sandman – The Good Son
Homeboy Sandman’s third full-length places him in the forefront in the battle against the commercial music industry
- M.I.A – Kala
In 2006, M.I.A burst onto the scene with her Mercury Prize nominated album Arular. The classic Kala followed on from this success