In this Review Round-Up, nothing,nowhere., Of Mice & Men and Jetty Bones take their next steps of varying sizes, joined by releases from Epica, Icon For Hire, Timelost, Carpool Tunnel, Evergrey and Sunnata.
Architects’ newest album knocks it out of the park once again – as if literally anyone expected any different.
In this Review Round-Up, Pale Waves shake up and slowthai courts controversy, among new albums from Normandie, The Hold Steady, MOD SUN, Love And Death, John The Ghost, Humanity’s Last Breath, Wild Pink, Dizzy Bats and Stretch Panic.
In this Review Round-Up, surprise hits from Teenage Wrist and LÜT break above new albums from Foo Fighters, Scarlxrd and Drones, while Deacon Blue, Kill The Ideal, Arcaeon and Indica Blues bring varying degrees of quality.
After a career of inconsistency, The Pretty Reckless finally find an authentic version of themselves on their fourth album.
Hayley Williams’ stripped-back prequel album shows an artist whose artistic growth and creative freedom is starting to take shape in a great way.
In this Review Round-Up, the new album from Steven Wilson and debuts from Arlo Parks and Kid Kapichi head up releases from Cult Of Luna, Black Country, New Road, Annisokay, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, To Kill Achilles and Heave Blood & Die.
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.