Other Half’s sophomore full-length continues down a noise-rock furrow that proves extremely fertile, in no small part for how exciting this still sounds.
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.
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.
In their thorough, unflinching dissection of the failings of the American system, Proper. craft the sort of immaculate emo album that takes what their genre can do to its highest peaks.
In this Review Round-Up, Black Map’s newest album heads up a selection of punk of multiple varieties, from Fights & Fires, NOBRO and Bitter Branches.
In this Review Round-Up, big albums from Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Sam Fender and a great solo debut from Ian Miles stand against new releases from We Are Scientists, Twelve Foot Ninja, Defences, Bound In Fear and Sleep Outside.
In this Review Round-Up, the returns of Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! and Against The Current lead strong albums from Lakes, The Five Hundred and VIAL, plus Paradise Now, Bicurious and Wall. Oh, and Attila are here too.
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.
Laura Jane Grace provides the soundtrack to quarantine ennui on this surprise solo album.
In this Review Round-Up, Public Enemy lead returns from Jamie Lenman and Into It. Over It., Alpha Wolf and Pillow Queens take big next steps, and Nasty, The Ocean, Four Stroke Baron, My Kid Brother, Heavy Salad, Winter Gardens and Wilmette drop a wide variety of new music.