In this Review Round-Up, the DIY scenes turn out a bumper crop with the new album from Heart Attack Man, and EPs from The Deadnotes and UgLi.
In this Review Round-Up, Hot Mulligan’s best yet and promising starts from Himalayas and happydaze all come after DevilDriver, whose new album does…basically nothing.
Shit Present’s debut melds gutting release with indie-punk bravado and anthemia, and shines all the brighter for it.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a clear divide between Euro-metal from Ad Infinitum and From Fall To Spring, and genre-warping alt-pop from Kicksie and Paige Kennedy, albeit with something to offer on both sides.
Running on nostalgia to the point where their growth is stunted from it, Story Of The Year’s newest is a far cry from post-hardcore excellence.
In this Review Round-Up, Acres are back and trying to make an impression once again, alongside some promising new EPs from Teenage Dads and Big Hug.
Can’t Swim’s newest mightn’t be adding anything new to their wheelhouse, but it’s still evident of an emo / post-hardcore sound that’s yet to be dulled by even one iota.
The final installment of his collection of EPs sees Justin Courtney Pierre explore family through the medium of emo and indie-rock, and winds up besting the others pretty substantially.
The shimmering sounds of grunge and shoegaze are brought out in full force on Soul Blind’s newest album, and the results are as blissful and bracing as you’d expect.
With members of My Chemical Romance, Circa Survive, Coheed And Cambria and Thursday in tow, L.S. Dunes arrive with ample hallmarks of supergroup superstardom for their debut.