ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Heavy Love’ by Man Overboard

Songs about girls and getting out of one’s hometown are probably the biggest cliché in pop punk, apart from eating your body weight in pizza, of course. It could be argued that New Jersey quintet Man Overboard are the pioneers of the genre’s revival in recent years. This could be accredited to their “defend pop … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Heavy Love’ by Man Overboard

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Right To Rise’ by Wilson

You don’t go around dishing out the kind of shock to the system Wilson did on their debut and not have your next effort hugely anticipated. Said debut, 2013’s incredible Full Blast Fuckery, was a pipe-bomb of rock ‘n’ roll fury, and the complete antithesis to anything remotely mundane. Churning out boozy party hardcore in … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Right To Rise’ by Wilson

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Everybody Is Going To Heaven’ by Citizen

Citizen are one of the most underrated rising stars in current rock music. Debut album Youth, released in 2013, saw them gain a small-ish following due to their heartfelt lyrics and interesting guitar melodies. Although Youth had all the ingredients to make Citizen the next big thing in emo, they are still viewed as a … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Everybody Is Going To Heaven’ by Citizen

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Ones And Zeros’ by Young Guns

Chinese Democracy it ain’t, but it feels like the wait for a new Young Guns album has been pretty drawn-out. They’ve not exactly been twiddling their thumbs, though – as well as recording this, their third full-length album, they’ve been out having a crack at conquering the States, and, in what is a rarity for … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Ones And Zeros’ by Young Guns

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ by Florence + The Machine

Florence + The Machine are known for bringing something a little different to both the British alternative scene and global charts. Singer Florence Welch’s unbelievable range and ability to make any listener empathise with her using solely the power of her voice has made her not just a leader of the pack, but a bona … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful’ by Florence + The Machine