In this Review Round-Up, Lake Malice’s debut EP proves why they’re among post-hardcore’s most exciting new class, alongside a slew of incendiary new punk from NOBRO, Problem Patterns and BEX.
In this Review Round-Up, Carpool Tunnel’s ephemeral indie-rock mightn’t do a lot, but at least some great hardcore from Dreamwell and alt-rock from CHROMA are more than enough to cover.
It’s an edit or two away from being a great pop album, but Mariel Loveland’s newest is still her strongest body of work under the Best Ex moniker yet, to a considerable degree.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a wave of solid stuff across the genre spectrum from Starbenders, Sydney Sprague and Values Here, unfortunately disturbed by a less-than-stellar outing from The Wytches.
In this Review Round-Up, the new DeathCollector album offers some great death metal, and Carsick bring some freshness to indie-rock. It’s just a shame that Throw The Fight’s hard rock and Keep This Up’s easycore can’t quite match up.
In this Review Round-Up, the most fun comes courtesy of EPs from LURK and snake eyes, while Heavenward’s new full-length proves a smidge less so.
The Subways return with their first new album in eight years, trying to explore new avenues in indie and alt-rock, and feeling very uneven in doing so.
In this Review Round-Up, Clean Cut Kid and Young Culture prove decent (but little more) in indie-folk and pop-rock respectively, while Pryti’s new album struggles to catch much fire.
Pulled Apart By Horses’ newest album winds up as their most stripped-back and straight-laced to date, but as a result feels very limited in exactly what it can achieve.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a host of new albums falling into greatness within emo and indie, from Armor For Sleep, Snow Coats and Dear Seattle.