Through an industrial-trap lens and a place of deep-seated purpose, n0trixx’s new EP comes out as one of the most fascinating and complete recent listens in its field.
Scream-rap gets a major and much-needed shake-up from BVDLVD, who delivers what might be the most interesting swing the style has seen in a long time.
An online, nerd-rap twist colours old-school hip-hop swagger on Joey Valence & Brae’s debut full-length, to cover its biggest flaws with an unadulterated sense of fun.
The difficulty in coming to a definitive conclusion on nascar aloe’s newest blend of blown-out hip-hop, punk and noise makes it difficult to truly like, but a fascinating listen nonetheless.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a bumper selection of releases, spanning symphonic pop from Floor Jansen, genre-melding rap-rock from Codefendants, piano-driven prog-pop from Exploring Birdsong, and ragged Gen Z pop-rock from Lille Venn.
Polyphia’s new album asserts their dominance among modern prog, bringing more variety than ever and an electricity that’s difficult to not be engrossed by.
In this Review Round-Up, a variety of sounds come from new EPs from James And The Cold Gun, Guerrilla Warfare and Squiggles, with Dälek at the helm to reaffirm their long-running status with another strong album.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a wide selection of metal from Greyhaven, Atoll and Sicksense (all of which fall short to varying degrees), filled out by some interesting hip-hop from Triple One.
Ho99o9’s nightmarish noise-rap continues to rocket forward in terms of intensity, even if that will sacrifice some memorability and compositional keenness as a result.
Take a look at what we’ve been listening to throughout February in this edition of The Soundboard Stereo, ft. Dave, Fefe Dobson, Jimmy Eat World, Circa Waves, Billy Talent and We Are The In Crowd.