In this Review Round-Up, there’s awkward genre-bending alt-metal from SiM; solid-enough hardcore from Grove Street; and some genuinely great alt-rock from King Nun.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a wave of solid stuff across the genre spectrum from Starbenders, Sydney Sprague and Values Here, unfortunately disturbed by a less-than-stellar outing from The Wytches.
A long-awaited shake-up from Ash is finally here, though their collection of alt-rock-adjacent swerves rings nowhere near as confidently successful as they’d likely want it to.
Ever ready for bigger things, The Glorious Sons’ newest album is a permutation of 2010s indie that retains a light, listenable nature but with some greater range to back it up.
In this Review Round-Up, Creak and Naked Lungs ramp up the intensity within nu-metal and noise-rock respectively, while Shamir’s newest indie-rock project is a lot more approachable, but no less enjoyable.
Movements’ new album yields some harsh shifts to augment their emo with indie and pop-rock tones, succeeding in individual pieces but struggling profusely to come together as a whole.
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.
In this Review Round-Up, cool genre-bending from M.A.G.S. and impactful metalcore from Rituals handily distracts from mediocre alt-metal from Any Given Sin.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a trio of grunge releases from Return To Dust, Bad Juju and Uzumaki, to show off some the genre’s range of faces and qualities.
After almost ten years since their last release, Jim Lockey And The Solemn Sun’s comeback finds them among Britrock, with some notably effective ways to use their new sonic palette.