Dream Nails return just as revved-up as ever, this time shaking up the musical palette of their indie-punk while remaining staunchly righteous in execution.
In this Review Round-Up, it’s difficult to get excited by new releases from Sleep Theory and Meatraffle, but Haunt The Woods’ expansive alt-prog more than makes up for it.
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.
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.
Returning with as much noise and untethered creativity as ever, Oxbow’s newest full-length is as fine an addition to their catalogue of volatile delights as ever.
Adding to the ever-growing cache of weirdo indie-rock and post-punk is Geese’s new album, which might just be good enough to rise fairly close to the top.
In this Review Round-Up, the most fun comes courtesy of EPs from LURK and snake eyes, while Heavenward’s new full-length proves a smidge less so.
With a disappointing previous album now behind them, Dream Wife find themselves on one hell of an upswing here, with smart, savvy dance-punk and post-punk that finally touches on greatness.
Stepping out of emo-rap and into experimental post-punk and artistic inventiveness, Adam McIlwee embraces the reinvention for his most identifiable work yet.
In this Review Round-Up, Frozen Soul make their solid next impact on death metal, though there’s arguably more intrigue and complexity to be found in new albums from Esben And The Witch and Bad//Dreems.