In this Review Round-Up, a collection of EPs are headed off by a lacklustre outing from The Lunar Year, and filled out by promising singer-songwriters Donkey Kid and Léa Sen.
In her fusion of pop-punk and hyperpop, Sophie Powers hits a lot of the shortcomings and pitfalls of the contemporary alternative crossover, while also unearthing some cooler tricks that seal her longevity more firmly.
In this Review Round-Up, Casket Feeder impress while Imonolith struggle to with their respective types of metal, and Be Well show glimpses of promise on their new EP.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a stacked lineup of impressive releases from The Amsterdam Red Light District, Bodysnatcher and GILT. Meanwhile, Fozzy just do their usual thing.
After many months of intense hype, Heriot finally drop their long-awaited EP, and it’s as definitive as statements come for them being the single most exciting new band in heavy music.
In this Review Round-Up, a variety of sounds come from new EPs from James And The Cold Gun, Guerrilla Warfare and Squiggles, with Dälek at the helm to reaffirm their long-running status with another strong album.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a wide selection of metal from Greyhaven, Atoll and Sicksense (all of which fall short to varying degrees), filled out by some interesting hip-hop from Triple One.
In this Review Round-Up, Short Stack come out on top with their newest helping of pop-rock, alongside Out Of Love’s career retrospective, Midwich Cuckoos’ extensive new album, and Cosmic Ninja’s flawed new EP.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s an all-around solid crop of releases as Kublai Khan TX deliver a punishing EP, Walt Disco and Gen And The Degenerates show a lot of promise, and Reminders hit a high mark on their debut album.
The Hara’s newest EP displays a noteworthy lack of movement or growth from them, where they’re more comfortable with trying to replicate the successes of others than forge any of their own.