Pianos Become The Teeth continue down the path of evocative, atmospheric emo and shoegaze, and after something of a misstep last time, wind up far more adept at it here.
Reading & Leeds is right around the corner to once again cap off another festival season, and we’ve got the full breakdown of exactly what you can expect.
With another lot of colossal emo anthems, The Dangerous Summer’s growth into a consistently reliable alt-rock presence continues forward at full steam.
His first solo foray takes Joe Appleford into the world of gritty, grand alt-rock, carried with an intensity and gravity that hits something truly excellent.
In this Review Round-Up, Spielbergs and THICK really come into their own on their new albums, alongside great deathcore from Spite, and high-end post-punk from LIFE.
The Chats’ newest album sees very little changing with them, although their Aussie-punk formula has been tailored more to give them some extra flavour and drive.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a much-improved shake-up from Unprocessed and some engaging new alt-rock from WAAX, filled in by Heart Of Gold’s expected fare.
Fully crossing over into 2000s pop-rock and pop-punk finds Pale Waves unlocking the sharpest, most vibrant, and overall strongest version of themselves to date.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a pretty rough selection of releases, encompassing classic rock from H.E.A.T, punk from Beach Rats, and metalcore from Of Virtue.
In pulling on both their rougher and arena-ready impulses, Hot Milk’s newest EP sees their keenness and confidence increasing yet again in their ascension to pop-rock’s best.