On their newest album, the details of pop, indie-rock and emo are woven together even more tightly and expertly, making for one glorious ride from Stolen Jars.
An indie band who peaked in 2007 returns with a new album that’s effectively the same as it always was. What could possibly go wrong?
With some extra electronica added into their shoegaze, bdrmm leap into their sophomore album fully aware of how to ensnare and enrapture.
On his new album, deep sonic diversity and unflinching, confessional songwriting mark Samuel Nicholson down for indie stardom sooner rather than later.
In this Review Round-Up, a set of new EPs holds some hefty new material from Brand Of Sacrifice, some steps towards grander things for Black Coast, and an auspicious psych-pop debut from Lemonade Shoelace.
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.
Loaded with difficult-to-parse decisions that weigh it down more than lift it up, Meg Myers’ newest alt-pop foray proves hard to find a lot of light in.
In stripping all the way down and exploring indie textures more solemn and brittle than their normal fare, Manchester Orchestra deliver something equally striking and spellbinding on their new EP.
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.
A combination of R&B, folk and psychedelia makes for an impressively lush and layered debut EP from Dwen.