In this Review Round-Up, there’s a host of new albums falling into greatness within emo and indie, from Armor For Sleep, Snow Coats and Dear Seattle.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s some promising new rock from Torus on their new EP, pitted against some unexciting fare from Rain City Drive and Dawes.
After a surprisingly strong debut, Beabadoobee reverts back to indie- and bedroom-pop on a varied but ultimately tepid and disengaging sophomore effort.
In this Review Round-Up, Pit Pony stand out most with a solid debut, followed by a promising first full-length from Sick Joy, and some disappointing work from Crozet.
Mothica’s new album might have more conceptual detail than many of its alt-pop contemporaries, but under-delivers in other areas to average out as rather middling.
In this Review Round-Up, Baby Strange and Social Animals deliver a pair of solid—if unremarkable—albums, dented by a disappointment from Onelinedrawing.
Take a look at what we’ve been listening to on The Soundboard Stereo throughout May, ft. Rina Sawayama, Kelly Clarkson, letlive., The Killers, Hot Milk and The Postal Service.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a greater focus on the poppier side of things, with One Armed Joey’s pop-punk hitting above pop-rock from Hey Thanks!, and indie-pop from Jukebox The Ghost.
In balancing the melancholy with an infectious indie-pop palette, Peaness’ debut is incredibly easy to like and worth exploring, simply for how sharp it can be.
Take a look at what we’ve been listening to throughout April, ft. Motion City Soundtrack, Coldplay, The Used, P!nk, Fickle Friends and—for some reason—Cute Is What We Aim For.