Liily – ‘TV Or Not TV’ review: an ambitious, risk-taking debut

The four-piece embrace experimentation on their sprightly debut album, snaking through rock, jazz and electronic influences with knife-sharp lyrics

Biffy Clyro – ‘The Myth Of The Happily Ever After’ review: a happy accident

This is, ironically, perhaps the Scottish rockers' most cohesive album yet

Self Esteem – ‘Prioritise Pleasure’ review: pophead skewers the path to self-acceptance

Rebecca Lucy Taylor's second album is impossible to turn away from

Parquet Courts: ‘Sympathy For Life’ review: Brooklyn indie-punks at their adventurous best

The cult heroes navigate more garage-rock, but also hurtle into unchartered territory

Live At Leeds 2021: up-and-comers showcase their post-pandemic potential

Exciting sets from promising newcomers make up for patchier booking in the bigger slots

‘They Always Run’ review: going out on a limb

Joke’s on you, I never run, not even for a bus

The Lathums live in Manchester: the latest landmark in an incredible year

The Wigan band mark their continued ascent with an upgraded, sold-out semi-homecoming

‘Fear The Walking Dead’ season seven review: a radioactive waste of time

We've had the nuclear apocalypse – now blow up this senseless spin-off