Once again, Gunship craft an ‘80s collage rather than a real creative statement, with a blockbuster synthwave album that rings almost entirely empty.
In this Review Round-Up, REZZ tries to blend rock and electronic music with limited results, but fortunately, Chamber and Voice Of Baceprot both handily pick up the slack in hardcore and alt-metal respectively.
With some extra electronica added into their shoegaze, bdrmm leap into their sophomore album fully aware of how to ensnare and enrapture.
Their newest album of dense, experimental prog and electronica finds Aiming For Enrike shooting for the stars, and hitting every time.
Teri Gender Bender’s newest EP brings unassailable creativity to the fore, with a mind for art-rock and undeniable expression that never falters.
Superlove’s debut full-length continues to delve into their eclectic pool of influences, in an alt-rock / hyperpop blend that might be their most succinct example to date, while still needing some work to really finalise what this band wants to be.
A sharp swerve into glittering, hopeful electronica brings out the best of William Ryan Key’s post-Yellowcard material, sampling a variety of ideas but feeling creatively and emotionally succinct throughout.
In this Review Round-Up, Converge, Chelsea Wolfe and co. drop a fascinating new project, Justin Courtney Pierre returns with another EP, Orbit Culture, Vildhjarta, Bailer and GILT stun, and more new music comes from Heart Attack Man, Red Rum Club, Hollywood Burns and Suntitle.
In this Review Round-Up, deathcore dominates with new releases from Slaughter To Prevail and Lorna Shore, as well a big new album from Quicksand, and more from The Joy Formidable, Kississippi, GosT, Blacktop Mojo, Calva Louise and Wasted Death.
In this Review Round-Up, a letdown from Bleachers accompanies great emo from Foxing and Dude Trips and a visceral storm from Lingua Ignota, as well as As December Falls, Overrider and Al Matcott.