Weezer’s latest wacky decision finds them self-cannibalising more than ever, without much of a reason or payoff from doing so.
In this Review Round-Up, Lucero, Crazy Arm, Tribulation and Cheap Meat all impress, while Ashnikko and The Dead Daisies disappoint, and TV Priest and Colin Macleod fill things out.
In this Review Round-Up, You Me At Six return among a lot of indie-rock and indie-punk from Lande Hekt, Beach Bunny, The Sonder Bombs, Kiwi Jr. and The Sad Song Co., as well as new releases from Shame, Holygood and Tamar Aphek.
In the first Review Round-Up of 2021, new releases from Lonely The Brave, The Dirty Nil and a covers EP from The Xcerts kick things off, alongside LICE, Viagra Boys, Passenger, NEED and Wall.
For our final list of 2020, we take a look at the very best of the best as we count down our albums of the year.
In our next year end list, we take a look at the albums released in 2020 that received nowhere near the attention they deserved.
In our next year end list, we look at the songs that mightn’t have received the most promotion but still stood out immensely regardless, as the best deep cuts of 2020.
In our next year end list, we pick out the best of the biggest songs released this year, in the best singles of 2020.
In our next year end list, we take a look at all the releases that surprised us the most in 2020.
In our next year end list, we take a look at the albums that underwhelmed and disappointed the most in 2020.