In the final Review Round-Up of 2022, we take a look at metal successes in recent EPs from The Last Ten Seconds Of Life and Circles, as well as Letters Sent Home’s new EP that falls drastically short of that.
In this Review Round-Up, Clean Cut Kid and Young Culture prove decent (but little more) in indie-folk and pop-rock respectively, while Pryti’s new album struggles to catch much fire.
In this Review Round-Up, underwhelming fare from The Blue Stones isn’t indicative of what’s elsewhere, as releases from Asylums, Cherie Amour and Sugar Horse all prove strong, with regular brushes with greatness.
In this Review Round-Up, a couple of highly-anticipated returns from Brutus and All Ears Avow produce expectedly great work, plus some very promising new emo from Jetski.
In this Review Round-Up, new albums from The Early November and Field Medic put in some decent work overall, but are unable to stand up to the excellence of Birds In Row.
In this Review Round-Up, Bush return with a significant jump in quality, while plenty of diverse, explorative sounds come from Charlotte Wessels and My Kid Brother.
In this Review Round-Up, both Lande Hekt and Yumi And The Weather strike on solid to strong indie-rock, while The Rasmus’ comeback becomes severely damper on their new album.
Beauty School hit the ground running on a debut that pairs excellent emo with a pop-rock sparkle, and picks up a momentum that never lets up.
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, Eat Your Heart Out head up with their sophomore full-length, though aren’t able to shake some great and varied hardcore EPs from Grief Ritual, Sobriquet and State Of You.