Even with a couple of unorthodox swerves, Screaming Females’ newest continues their legacy as an alt-rock institution with so much to offer.
Tag: alt rock
In exploring grunge through heavier, darker and more forceful terms, Narrow Head’s newest album produces some of the genre’s most gripping moments in ages.
After a few years of inactivity, Pierce The Veil are back, and reshaping their brand of post-hardcore into its most organic and intriguing form yet.
You Me At Six begin to get back on track with some more explosive alt-rock, even if the issues from their most recent endeavours still persist alongside it.
In this Review Round-Up, a selection of debuts yields some extremely promising work from M(h)aol and Regal Cheer, and something a bit more middling from Fencer.
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.
Teri Gender Bender’s newest EP brings unassailable creativity to the fore, with a mind for art-rock and undeniable expression that never falters.
Now slimmed down to a duo, Crosses broaden their spectrum of sounds into atmospheric, industrial bliss, in what might be their most engaging collection of songs to date.
In this Review Round-Up, Our Mirage stand as the weak link with disappointingly pedestrian metalcore, compared to how refreshed Liotta Seoul and borts are in grunge and alt-punk respectively.
A slide into indie-rock represents a slight step backwards for Jamie Lenman overall, though with his creative acumen and ear for a massive hook, it’s more than made up for.