Free in genre and its own sense of tone, VIRTA’s new album dips into post-rock and electroacoustic timbres for a real treat.
The breadth and beauty of Nordic post-rock is on full display on Spurv’s new album, held even higher by its own exploration and decadence.
Their newest album of dense, experimental prog and electronica finds Aiming For Enrike shooting for the stars, and hitting every time.
Destroying genre boundaries is the name of the game on God Alone.’s debut full-length, in which post-punk and post-rock are contorted and reshaped in dizzying, brilliant fashion.
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 Gogol Bordello and The Beths prove impressive, while The Darling Fire struggle to hit any similar heights on theirs.
Pianos Become The Teeth continue down the path of evocative, atmospheric emo and shoegaze, and after something of a misstep last time, wind up far more adept at it here.
In this Review Round-Up, another quick follow-up from Idles is joined by a new album from Volumes and the return of Maybeshewill, as well as Bears In Trees, Breichiau Hir and NYT LIV.
In this Review Round-Up, a stinker from Ministry is greatly overshadowed by Trivium, The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, blanket and Kowloon Walled City, plus there’s new music from Arkells, illuminati hotties and Naraka.
In this Review Round-Up, Trash Boat and Press To MECO deliver some of the best of the year with Deafheaven and Between The Buried And Me not far behind, while Meet Me @ The Altar hit their heights among Strange Bones, LiL Lotus, Switchfoot, Luke Hemmings, Villagers, Afterlife and Insurgent.