Boasting some of the hottest new names in indie, pop, alternative and more, Sound City returned to Liverpool last month, and we were there to catch it all, ft. Maisie Peters, The Reytons, James Marriott, Olivia Dean, The K’s and loads more.
Showing off every aspect of brutality in their repertoire across two new albums, The Acacia Strain deliver their most accomplished bodies of work to date.
In this Review Round-Up, Currents’ newest strikes a high bar and Crashface continue a powerful surge onward, while Cyan Kicks find themselves left in the lurch.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a strong collection of heavy new releases from Drain, Death Goals and Harroway, joined by something way poppier (but still solid) from Weathers.
Shit Present’s debut melds gutting release with indie-punk bravado and anthemia, and shines all the brighter for it.
With a companion EP to his last full-length, Jamie Lenman undergoes a more varied assimilation into indie-rock and folk-rock, in what’s arguably better than its predecessor.
‘60s folk revivalism hardly proves the most fruitful ground for The Lemon Twigs; if anything all it does is highlight the limitations of everyone and everything involved.
This month, we sound off on the recent third season of The Mandalorian and newest Netflix hit Beef, as well as (finally!) catch Avatar: The Way Of Water, explore Life Is Strange: True Colors, and dig into music from Balance And Composure and Hundredth.
BLACKGOLD take a nosedive into the overweight, lumbering ends of nu-metal and rap-metal on their new EP, causing any hype around them to promptly vanish.
Don’t confuse it for mere nostalgia; Therapy?’s brand of supercharged alt-rock and metal hits just like it did in its ‘90s heyday, even 16 albums deep.