In this Review Round-Up, a trio of strong new albums encompasses the grand return of LostAlone, frenetic, firebrand punk from The Bobby Lees, and genre-spanning symphonic rock from Scarlet Dorn.
Pulled Apart By Horses’ newest album winds up as their most stripped-back and straight-laced to date, but as a result feels very limited in exactly what it can achieve.
The second wind of Pixies continues, as they add older, dustier Americana to their alt-rock, and remain intriguing even without some of their old weirdness.
Classic rock revivalism once again proves unfortunately barren for Monster Truck, this time skewing a bit heavier but holding the same dearth of ideas or identity.
In this Review Round-Up, exemplary black-metal from GAEREA tops, followed closely by strong punk from Celebration Summer, and tailed by an underwhelming new EP from The Skinner Brothers.
In this Review Round-Up, both Lande Hekt and Yumi And The Weather strike on solid to strong indie-rock, while The Rasmus’ comeback becomes severely damper on their new album.
As they continue to mature and journey towards emo and alt-rock, The Wonder Years continue to dish out charged, vital and unflinching work with incomparable ease.
As their profile continues to rise, Kid Kapichi have lost none of their sharpness or Brit-punk savvy on their second album.
In this Review Round-Up, new albums from Gogol Bordello and The Beths prove impressive, while The Darling Fire struggle to hit any similar heights on theirs.
Having grown bigger than ever before, Electric Callboy transfer all of that hype into Euro-metal excess at its most overblown and entertaining level yet.