See what we’ve been listening to this month, including The Ting Tings, Faith No More, John Mayer, The Gaslight Anthem, Ellie Goulding and Lower Than Atlantis
In this Review Round-Up, a huge crop of releases is filled by big albums from I Don’t Know How But They Found Me, Ghostemane and Black Foxxes, EPs from PUP and Fever 333, a variety of side-projects from Salem, Ashton Irwin and No Life On Earth, and plenty more of everything else from Like Moths To Flames, Sevendust, Happy., Blue October, Leaves’ Eyes, The OBGMs, LÉON and Hector Gannet
CamelPhat’s debut defines their indie-house sound, but doesn’t make it as tight or refined as it should be.
In this Review Round-Up, The Struts, Pallbearer and USA Nails rise above a fairly flawed pack of Mayday Parade, Hands Like Houses, Nothing, Chamber, Rusty Eye and Distant
In this Review Round-Up, highly-anticipated debuts from Beabadoobee and Greg Puciato lead new music from Seaway and Hundredth, as well as Young Culture, Dub Pistols, The Bunny The Bear, Paradise In Flames, Ironed Out and Sam Roberts Band.
In this Review Round-Up, high-profile letdowns from Corey Taylor, Bon Jovi and The Hunna are joined by heaviness from Venom Prison, DevilDriver and Bloodbather, as well as a variety of sounds from Brothers Osborne, Ooberfuse, Slow Pulp, Overrider and Pave The Jungle.
Laura Jane Grace provides the soundtrack to quarantine ennui on this surprise solo album.
In this Review Round-Up, excellent new albums from Touché Amoré and Svalbard stand out against big releases from Idles, Joji, Amaranthe, Elder Brother and especially The Neighbourhood, while The Jaded Hearts Club and snake eyes make their debuts.
Machine Gun Kelly’s first forays into pop-punk prove just as limited as his efforts in hip-hop.
In this Review Round-Up, Public Enemy lead returns from Jamie Lenman and Into It. Over It., Alpha Wolf and Pillow Queens take big next steps, and Nasty, The Ocean, Four Stroke Baron, My Kid Brother, Heavy Salad, Winter Gardens and Wilmette drop a wide variety of new music.