Take a look at what we’ve been listening to throughout September in this month’s edition of The Soundboard Stereo, ft. Bruno Mars, Childish Gambino, Basement, Thrice, LANY and We Are The Ocean.
In this Review Round-Up, Spiritbox drop their debut after some enormous hype, alongside excellent albums from Rivers Of Nihil and Charlotte Wessels, as well as big releases from Angels & Airwaves, Thrice and LILHUDDY, and more from Daughtry, Miss Vincent, Signs Of The Swarm, One Step Closer, Table Scraps and Those Without.
In this Review Round-Up, Employed To Serve deliver a triumphant new album alongside a surprise from The Vaccines and more of the same from Carcass, plus The Plot In You, Alien Weaponry, The Band CAMINO, Lurk and Dead Reynolds.
In this Review Round-Up, strong alt-rock from The Wildhearts, Haggard Cat and The Dead Deads makes up for a predictably lousy offering from Imagine Dragons, as well as new music from New Found Glory, Hawthorne Heights, I Feel Fine and Mastiff.
With an older sound across another double album, Iron Maiden’s legend status is really all they have to get by on.
Hot Milk’s continued evolution on their new EP moves forward with their more biting slant, and feels all the better for it.
In this Review Round-Up, CHVRCHES return alongside exemplary punk from Turnstile and The Bronx and a long-delayed bore from OneRepublic, plus Carnifex, With Confidence, Tigress, The Picturebooks, Dead Romantic and Earth Groans.
In broadening their thematic vision and recruiting some big names behind the scenes, Halsey delivers a comprehensive, adventurous album that’s easily their most interesting to date.
Take a look at what we’ve been listening to throughout this month, ft. New Found Glory, Halsey, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Jungle, Caylee Hammack and The National.
The return of Slam Dunk Festival is almost here, so we’ve taken a look at the entire lineup to see exactly what you can expect.