Undoubtedly one of the defining bands of 2019 was Fever 333, not only serving as an excellent return for Jason Butler after the untimely dissolution of letlive., but an impressive […]
Just a couple of years ago, the thought of Beach Slang effectively falling off the face of the earth would not have even been worth entertaining. A pair of good […]
On superficial first impressions alone, it’s easy to extrapolate where the push for Georgia is leading, namely with yet another mononymed female pop star that’s an easy pick for early-year […]
For our final year end list, we look back over every release we’ve covered and listened to over the past twelve months and narrow down the very best of the best – the albums of the year
For our next year end list, we take a look at what surpassed our expectations or simply came right out of the blue to become the biggest surprises of 2019.
For our next list, we take a look at the albums that flew well under the radar this year, but deserved so much more attention than they got – the most underrated albums of 2019
For our next year end list, we take a look at the some of the biggest dips in quality and expectations this year – the biggest disappointments of 2019.
For our next list, we take a look at the album tracks that mightn’t have gotten the most commercial love, but have still risen above everything else – the best deep cuts of 2019
For our next year end list, we pick out the hits and the biggest tracks the stood out above all others – the best singles of 2019
In the first of 2019’s year end lists, we take a look at the bottom of the barrel of everything released this year – the worst albums of 2019.
We close out 2019 by having a look at some the albums we’ve missed over the last few months, including Lingua Ignota, Have Mercy, Carnifex, Hobo Johnson, The Night Café and many more
As the year draws to a close, the list of releases becomes ever more sparse, to the point where our usual review schedule has been cut slightly shorter than usual. […]
There’s a certain amount of expectation that comes from an artist called Human Head, especially with regards to theme, and when the knee-jerk reaction to an emotionally confessional solo artist […]
It’s not too unfair to say that, up to now, Of Allies have really done very little beyond conform to the standards usually set by this form of Britrock. They’re […]
It’s rare to see a new band so defiantly earmarked for their originality as Exploring Birdsong. As much as the term ‘uncatogorisable’ is thrown around, it’s more out of hyperbole […]
Thinking about it, right now seems to be the perfect time for Lindemann to release a new album. For one, it’s the end of the year where everyone is undertaking […]