CamelPhat’s debut defines their indie-house sound, but doesn’t make it as tight or refined as it should be.
In this Review Round-Up, highly-anticipated debuts from Beabadoobee and Greg Puciato lead new music from Seaway and Hundredth, as well as Young Culture, Dub Pistols, The Bunny The Bear, Paradise In Flames, Ironed Out and Sam Roberts Band.
In this Review Round-Up, high-profile letdowns from Corey Taylor, Bon Jovi and The Hunna are joined by heaviness from Venom Prison, DevilDriver and Bloodbather, as well as a variety of sounds from Brothers Osborne, Ooberfuse, Slow Pulp, Overrider and Pave The Jungle.
In this Review Round-Up, The Hell and Semisonic return while Ihsahn continues to impress, as well as new music from Sundressed, A. Swayze & The Ghosts, Fight The Fight, Haiku Hands, The Roly Mo and The Brothers Keg
Five years after their last full-length, Disclosure’s third album finds them expanding their boundaries and sounding reinvigorated doing so.
In this Review Round-Up, Biffy Clyro lead a crop dominated by indie and synthpop from Sea Girls, Erasure, James Dean Bradfield, Marsicans and Stephen, and filled out by Blues Pills, Kill The Lights, Kid Dad, Be Well, idle threat, Glass Ocean and The Vigil
In this Review Round-Up, Deep Purple return with a middle-of-the-road new album and Jamie Webster makes his debut, alongside new releases from Lord Of The Lost, Other Half, Era Bleak and Poisonous Birds
In this Review Round-Up, Alanis Morissette drops a surprise stunner and In Hearts Wake make a long-overdue leap in quality, joined by plenty of new releases from Stand Atlantic, Glass Animals, Slaves (US), Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, Misery Signals, Black Crown Initiate, Not A Toy, The Loft Club and Jet Fuel Chemistry
In this Review Round-Up, there’s plenty going on as Protomartyr deliver excellence among big new releases from Bush, Broadside, The Aces and The Acacia Strain, as well as Courtney Marie Andrews, Calva Louise, Häxan, and the breakthrough of Oliver Tree
In this Review Round-Up, The Streets and Mike Shinoda disappoint, The Lawrence Arms and Strike Anywhere make their returns, and Massive Wagons, The Blinders, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard and Figures try to break through it all.